Wednesday Jul 25, 2012

Tools that help you design Roles in Fusion Applications

Role Based Access Control (RBAC) is the basis for Fusion Applications security.  Fusion Applications include a reference implementation of RBAC consisting of  over 180 Job Roles across its product families. In turn, each of these Job Roles is composed of  a collection of role centered privileges known as Duties that grant access to Applications functionality.  Fusion Applications customers can start by evaluating these predefined Job Roles and mapping them to roles in use in their enterprise.

In cases where a direct one to one mapping is not possible, customers can create their own custom roles and either aggregate a set of Job Roles ( in cases where Job Roles are too restrictive in the Duties they provide) or add a select subset of Duties from a Job Role (in cases where a Job Role grants more access than is required in the enterprise).

The Functional  Architecture  team released two documents to assist customers in modeling their enterprise roles. The first document provides a comprehensive map of the content and relationships in the reference implementation, and the second is intended to help customers who are assessing the needed menu items for their roles, understand the underlying privileges that make these menu items available in the Fusion Applications Navigator  . Both documents are in a Excel format at the request of customers who have indicated their preference for a filterable spreadsheet format.

Excel spreadsheet format of "Roles, Duties & Privileges" available via MOS Note 1460486.1

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Menu to privilege mapping currently available as a spreadsheet via MOS Note 1459828.1

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SROAUG July 2012

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This blog shares with the broader Fusion Applications community instructional material in the areas of Enterprise Structures, Extensibility, Integration and Security with the a focus on implementation. This blog is updated by the Fusion Applications Implementation Solutions Task force, part of the Fusion Applications Fusion Architecture organization.

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