|Oracle Workflow Guide
Part Number A95265-03
If you are deploying Oracle Workflow Builder and workflow seed data to users in other parts of your organization, and you wish to discourage those users from modifying the seed data that you provide, you can have them operate Oracle Workflow Builder at an access level that is higher than the data's protection level. For example if you, as a seed data provider, are operating at an access level of 100 and the seed data you create is protected at a level of 100, then you should require the access level for your users or seed data consumers to be 101 or higher.
You can set a user's access level in Oracle Workflow Builder by having them choose About Oracle Workflow Builder... from the Help menu. In the About Oracle Workflow Builder window, change the Access Level field to a number higher than your seed data protection level, then choose OK.
You can also set the access level directly in the Microsoft Windows registry by using a registry editor such as regedit to edit the decimal value under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ORACLE\Workflow\Level.
For the Workflow Definitions Loader program, you set the default access level that the program operates at for downloading process definitions to a file, by defining an environment variable called WF_ACCESS_LEVEL and setting its value using the appropriate operating system command.
Caution: Although you can modify your access level, Oracle Workflow does not support any customizations to seed data originally protected at a level 99 or lower. We STRONGLY RECOMMEND that you not change your access level to an unauthorized level for modifying protected data.