The "Include Sub Domains" Functionality Is Not Working In Domain Grants.
(Doc ID 735234.1)
Last updated on MAY 06, 2022
Applies to:Oracle Transportation Management - Version 5.5.04.03 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
-- Problem Statement:
The "Include Subdomains" functionality is not working in domain grants.
-- Steps To Reproduce:
1- Log into Domain1 > grant access to domain2 + "Include Subdomains" checked.
So this grant allowed domain2 (not any of its subdomains) to see the data in Domain1 (and all its subdomains)
2- Log into Domain1 > grant access to domain2/sub1 + "Include Su-domains" checked.
So this grant allowed domain2/sub1 (not any of its subdomains) to see the data in Domain1
(Grantor) (and all its subdomains), hereby domain2/sub1 can see domain1/sub1.
3- Log into domain2/sub1 and create an Order Base "DOMAIN1.DOMAIN2/SUB1-2".
4- Now Log into domain2/sub1 and search for the OB: You will only see "DOMAIN1.DOMAIN2/SUB1-2" from Doman1. And you will not see "DOMAIN1/SUB1.DOMAIN2/SUB1" from Domain1/sub1.
NOTE: In point #3, domain2/sub1 cannot see the OB created in domain1/sub1 after the settings done in point 2. Domain2/sub1 only sees the OB created in Domain1 and not Domain1/sub1 as well.
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