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Why Different Code Lines For DEMO And SYS Databases (Doc ID 2270090.1)

Last updated on MAY 25, 2017

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Qn1:After the latest HCM PUM there is a major difference in delivered permission lists (HCCPBN1000, HCCPPY1000). The DEMO code line was installed to DEMO, and the SYS code line to DEV.

For these 2 permission lists, when looking online in DEMO, there are 25 and 33 menu items attached to them respectively.
When looking in DEV, there are 0 and 2 menu items respectively.

When running SQL against PSAUTHITEM for these permission lists, get 0 and 16 results respectively in DEV.
What is delivered different code lines for DEMO and SYS databases? Are these results normal?
Qn2:In the example of the HCCPBN1000 permission list not having any menus, it appears that the user can still navigate to the components that are granted in this Permission List.
How is this possible? Is it via the "Peoplesoft Administrator" role?
Qn3:So a user with just the "Peoplesoft Administrator" role can navigate the entire system without any other roles. Is that correct understanding?
Qn4:The hosting company uses the CD's delivered by Oracle that supposedly contains the latest PUM for both a DEMO and SYS environment. Is this true? Not sure about the "install", but we are doing a new implementation if that helps any.

Do you know if I should copy the delivered roles and permission lists from DEMO over to DEV? Some of the delivered permission lists in DEV do not have menu's tied to them. And do you know what most clients do with the delivered roles/PL's?


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