Defining Security Profiles
Using a view-all responsibility, you can define security profiles in the Security Profile window.
If you want to associate a reporting user with the new security profile, the ORACLE database administrator must create a new reporting user ORACLE ID. The system administrator must register the new ORACLE IDs with the Application Object Library.
To define a security profile:
1. Enter a name for the security profile and select a Business Group. This does not need to be the Business Group you are logged on to.
2. If you want reporting users to be able to use this security profile, select the Reporting User name for the ID set up by the database administrator.
3. Uncheck the View All Employees and View All Applicants check boxes if you want to restrict access to these person types by organizations, positions, or payrolls.
4. To restrict access by organization, uncheck the View All Organizations check box. Select an organization hierarchy, and a top organization. Check the Include Top Organization check box if you want to allow access to this organization.
5. To restrict access by position, uncheck the View All Positions check box. Select a position hierarchy, and a top position. Check the Include Top Position check box if you want to allow access to this position.
6. In the Payroll Security alternative region:
- To give access to many payrolls, check the View All Payrolls check box, and uncheck the Include check box. Select the payrolls you want to exclude.
- To give access to a small number of payrolls, uncheck the View All Payrolls check box, and check the Include check box. Select the payrolls to include.