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Difference in the Access of Employee's Contact After Security List Maintenance (SLM) Program is Run With Different Parameter (Doc ID 2965115.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 05, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Human Resources - Version 12.2 HRMS RUP11 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Problem Statement
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The access of the Contact from People form is different when Security List Maintenance Program is run with parameter "All Security Profile" and when same program run with parameter "One Named Security Profile"


STEPS:
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1. Create two security profile for the access of two organizations respectively (e.g. Org A and Org B).

2. Assign these two Security Profile (e.g SP1 and SP2) to two different responsibility (e.g Resp1 and Resp2)

3. Create an employee (e.g E1) on one organization (e.g. on responsibility Resp1)

4. Create an employee (e.g E2) on another organization (e.g. on responsibility Resp2)

5. Create Spouse relationship between above two employees.

6. E1 and E2 are in Spouse relationship.

7. Create a Contact (e.g C1) for employee E1 on responsibility Resp1.

8. Add this Contact (C1) to another employee E2 on responsibility Resp2.

9. Run Security List Maintenance for "all security profile"

10. Navigate to responsibility Resp1 -> people -> enter and maintain, contact C1 is accessible.

11. Navigate to responsibility Resp2 -> people -> enter and maintain, contact C1 is not accessible.

12. Again Run Security List Maintenance for "one named security profile" for both security profile one by one.

13. Navigate to responsibility Resp1 -> people -> enter and maintain, contact C1 is accessible.

14. Navigate to responsibility Resp2 -> people -> enter and maintain, contact C1 is accessible.

Cause

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