Tuesday May 28, 2013

Finding Code Artifacts for Customization (Part 3)

This series of documents is intended to illustrate the options that we have to map UIs to code artifacts and to inspect their structure. In previous articles we covered the process for finding code artifacts for customizations using the Page Composer and finding ADFbc objects related to the page using the JDeveloper.   In this article we will look at mapping security permissions to roles and users.

In order to test the customizations we will need to know the user with access to the page and the credential for the user.  While the user can be determined from the policy and identity stores the credential cannot and as such credential must be obtained from the system administrator.

These steps assume that the reader is familiar with the concepts of Fusion Application security such as roles and permissions covered in Fusion Security (Part 1: Overview) .[Read More]
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