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Common Errors for Incentive Compensation Security Roles (Doc ID 2079980.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 13, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Incentive Compensation Cloud Service - Version 11.12.1.0.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Incentive Compensation - Version 11.12.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document summarize common errors with accessing Oracle Fusion Incentive Compensation due to security roles.

Oracle Fusion Incentive Compensation have the following seeded roles :
   Incentive Compensation Analyst
   Incentive Compensation Application Administrator
   Incentive Compensation Integration Specialist
   Incentive Compensation Manager
   Incentive Compensation Participant
   Incentive Compensation Participant Manager
   Incentive Compensation Plan Administrator

 

For Release 11 and before :

    1. After you define your business unit, you need to generate Incentive Compensation roles in APM (see Step # 4 from Quick Steps Doc ID 1515227.1 ).

       Process will generate 4 data security roles specific for each of your business unit that is enabled for Incentive Compensation.
       These data security roles will allow user to access data for the specific business unit.
       Examples:
            Incentive Compensation Application Administrator IC Demo BU
            Incentive Compensation Application Analyst IC Demo BU
            Incentive Compensation Application Manager IC Demo BU
            Incentive Compensation Application Plan Administrator IC Demo BU

    2. Assign the appropriate roles to user to access Incentive Compensation (see Doc ID 2080022.1 )

 

For Release 12 and beyond :

   1. Assign the appropriate roles to user to access Incentive Compensation (see Doc ID 2080022.1 )

       Process will no longer generate data security roles specific for each of your business unit (eg. Incentive Compensation Application Manager IC Demo BU)  for Incentive Compensation.
       Instead, assign the seeded security roles (eg. Incentive Compensation Application Manager ).

   2. Assign the business unit access (see Doc ID 2256889.1) to the users per roles.

 

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