Roles in Oracle B2B

Following are the Default Roles available in Oracle B2B.

1. Default Administrator

Comes along with the installation of weblogic. Only Default Administrator can create users in the weblogic enterprise identity store.

Default Administrator can do all the functionality of a Host Administrator.

2. Host Administrator

Host Administrator is considered as B2B Administrator. Hos administrator can create/manage channel, document along with mapping the users to the
appropriate role in B2B for both Host and Remote trading partner.

It can also create Agreement and deploy.

Host administrator provisioned for a specific document, can only manage the appropriate document and will be released from all B2B administrator
responsibilities. Only Host administrator can resubmit and purge the messages.

3. Host Monitor

Can access report and view payload of all trading partner.

4. Remote Administrator

Remote administrator can view and edit design time data such as profile, channel and document corresponding to the trading partner to which it is attached. Can validate and export the Agreement.

Remote administrator can access report and view payload related to its own exchange with the host partner.

5. Remote monitor

Remote monitor can access report and view payload related to its own exchange with the host partner.

Once the user gets created in the Enterprise Identity store, it has to be either mapped to Host or remote trading partner for a specific role
such as Administrator or monitor. Depending on this, user will assume any of the above roles from 2 to 5


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