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ETL9.2:Clicking On Self Service>Time Reporting>Report Time>Time Gets "You Are Not Authorized For This Page" (Doc ID 2299312.1)

Last updated on APRIL 26, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Time and Labor - Version 9.2 and later
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On : 9.2 version, Technical, unable to access page and get error Self Service>Time Reporting>Report Time>Time I get the message "You are not authorized for this page".

However, I've gone through the following to try and deduce where I need to "give" permission. I've looked and found that everyone in the system who has the role "Absence Employee Fluid" has access to the page, including me. However, I still am "unauthorized". The permission list governing all this is HCCPTLSS1130. Checking that, I found that the page within this menu/component is authorized with every option.

  I checked Structure & Content and found that Root>Fluid Structure Content>Fluid Pages>Employee Self Service>Time shows that the checkbox, "Hide from portal navigation" is unchecked, which makes sense...I could see it in the menu. The Security tab for that entry shows the permission list above and three others. So, that looks okay.

  In Permission List HCCPTLSS1130, I've been trying to see if there needed to be "Process Definition Groups" need to be added to the "Process Group Permissions", "Component Interfaces" in the Component Interfaces tab, "Web Library Names" in the Web Libraries tab, "Web Services" in the Web Services tab, "Access Group Permissions" in the Query tab, etc. Additionally, I've been trying to see if there's anything in the released documentation that would tell me how to allow access to this. So far, I've found how to use it once we have access here, but nothing for setting up access.

  Do you have any suggestions for where "fluid" activates menu choices, or tiles, in particular "Time"?


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