Security Error On Manage User Access Screen, "Unable to edit security. It is locked down at the domain level for PUBLIC."
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 08, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Transportation Management - Version 5.5.04.01 to 5.5.05.03 [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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