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How to implement permissions on your activities with Oracle Adaptive Case Management? by Jan van Zoggel

Juergen Kress
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When our Oracle Adaptive Case Management project started we initially used the default permissions on the case (Public, Restricted) to make sure our activities where available to the correct BPM application roles. A complex authorization model of roles, with LDAP groups, with users to allow access to the activities, but also custom UI and human tasks.

An important concept of knowledge worker automation (on which off course our whole case is based) is that the users should not be locked into rigid BPM processes (and access constraints I would like to add) which the IT department came up with. So activities on one hand would be allowed access to by all internal knowledge workers anyway, because: “hey .. they are knowledge workers and know best, right ?”

The first exception

However for some exceptions we got the requirements to only allow a specific role to a specific activity. So what we did was adding a new permission for that role and made sure that the activity was only available for that role. Read the complete article here.

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