User access is determined by:
Node access group assignments — Node access groups are used to control user access to hierarchies and nodes. Users can be assigned to specific groups that have permissions to certain nodes within Data Relationship Management. For example, within the chart of accounts, a group of users may only need to maintain the Asset structure. If a user does not have access to any node in a hierarchy, the hierarchy is not displayed. If a user does not have access to any hierarchies in a version, the version is not displayed.
Working versions – Accessible to all users based on their security privileges
Submitted versions – Can be edited by the version owner or a Data Manager
Finalized versions – Read only to all user roles
Expired versions – Read only to the version owner or a Data Manager role.
User role assignment — For more information, see the Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management Administrator's Guide.
Property category assignments — Access can be restricted to certain property categories for versions, hierarchies, and nodes. In most cases, property categories are based on a system basis.