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Creating Responsibility in Apps

Creating Responsibility in Apps

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Published by Arun Sharma
CREATING RESPONSIBILITIES IN APPS 11I
You need to sing in as a sysadmin to create user, responsibilities, menus etc.
Use this window to define a responsibility. Each application user is assigned at least one responsibility. A responsibility determines if the user accesses Oracle Applications or Oracle Self–Service Web
Applications, which applications functions a user can use, which reports and concurrent programs the user can run, and which data
those reports and concurrent programs can access.
Once you have created “Responsibility” then you must have to set operation unite for that responsibility before you assign that responsibility to the user.
At SIL we have three operating unites. That are corporate, textile and plastic.
So you must have to specify in which operation unite the new responsibility should work.
For that you have to set “MO: Operating Unite” in profile option.
Lets take an example to understand the situation
Suppose, you have just created a new responsibility named “OPM All Textiles”
And you have not assigned it yet to any user.
To set the operating unite, log into Oracle Apps with SYSADMIN responsibility.
And select Profile – System and double click on it.
The new open window should look like next image.

CREATING RESPONSIBILITIES IN APPS 11I
You need to sing in as a sysadmin to create user, responsibilities, menus etc.
Use this window to define a responsibility. Each application user is assigned at least one responsibility. A responsibility determines if the user accesses Oracle Applications or Oracle Self–Service Web
Applications, which applications functions a user can use, which reports and concurrent programs the user can run, and which data
those reports and concurrent programs can access.
Once you have created “Responsibility” then you must have to set operation unite for that responsibility before you assign that responsibility to the user.
At SIL we have three operating unites. That are corporate, textile and plastic.
So you must have to specify in which operation unite the new responsibility should work.
For that you have to set “MO: Operating Unite” in profile option.
Lets take an example to understand the situation
Suppose, you have just created a new responsibility named “OPM All Textiles”
And you have not assigned it yet to any user.
To set the operating unite, log into Oracle Apps with SYSADMIN responsibility.
And select Profile – System and double click on it.
The new open window should look like next image.

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CreatingResponsibility
 
Creating Responsibility in Apps
You need to sing in as a sysadminto create user, responsibilities,menus etc.
 
Sing in as Sysadmin user name andpassword.
Insert Your Sysadmin User Name and Password for continue.

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