Security Error On Manage User Access Screen, "Unable to edit security. It is locked down at the domain level for PUBLIC."

(Doc ID 456000.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 08, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Management - Version to [Release 5.5]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 12-Sep-2010***


-- Problem Statement:
When attempting to edit User Access for Report Workspace the following error message is displayed:

Unable to edit security. It is locked down at the domain level for PUBLIC.

Steps taken to replicate:
1 - Log on to OTM as DBA.ADMIN
2 - Created new Level and assigned functions.
(Configuration and Administration > User Management > Assign function)
3 - Create new level by clicking on 'n' next to Level Name field:
4 - Create new level name (for example 'X') and save.
5 - Close window.
6 - The window displayed is the Assign window, enter level name created of 'X'.
7 - Click on Assign Functions:
8 - Populate functions as required. See help for additional details.
9 - Create User Role:
(Configuration and Administration > User Management > User Role)
10 - Click New.
11 - Create new User Role.
12 - Populate the ID (for example 'Y').
13 - Set 'Level' to level created above ('X').
14 - Set 'Data Source Profile ID' = DEFAULT.
15 - Set VPD Context = blank.
16 - Set VPD Profile ID =DEFAULT.
17 - Leave the other fields blank.
18 - Click on 'Finish' button.
19 - Add User Role to User.
(Configuration and Administration > User Configuration > Manage User Access)
20 - Set 'User Access Type' to 'Report Workspace'.
21 - Do not set User ID to user to configure.
22 - Set User Role ID to 'Y'.
23 - Set Domain Name to 'PUBLIC'
24 - Click on User Access
25 - Next screen is displayed, Report Workspace.
26 - Set up Reports and Icons as required, see help for more details.
27 - Set 'Prevent Access Changed' to be checked.
28 - Repeate above steps 18 to 24. The Object should open.
29 - Click Finished.
30 - Repeate steps 18 to 24 again
31 - The error message of: Unable to edit security. ‘It is locked down at Domain level for Public’ is displayed.


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