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Adding Security Rule to Value Set [message #305135] Sat, 08 March 2008 23:48 Go to next message
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Registered: March 2008
Location: Dubai
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I have 3 Set of Books. Each SOB has GL Super User access, wherein value sets are created (say XXEGGL_NOMINAL_COM1, 2, 3). When assigning, the responsibility I would like to restrict the values populated in the LOV for the particular nominal value set. I want to restrict the value sets to those who are using the set of books (eg: If I am using SOB-3, I should be able to get only those values assigned to me. like XXEGGL_NOMINAL_COM1 should not see or do any add/update the XXEGGL_NOMAINAL_COM2). How this can be implemented ? Please assist

Vimal Iyer
Re: Adding Security Rule to Value Set [message #305298 is a reply to message #305135] Mon, 10 March 2008 06:04 Go to previous message
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Registered: November 2005

this can indeed be done via Vaule Set Security Rules.
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But a short summary:
- the Value Set must have "non-hierarchical security"
- you must create a security rule
- the rule must be applied to one ore more Responsibilities
- in the Key or Descriptive Flexfield in the segment the security must be enabled.
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