|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Discoverer
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number B32519-02
Use this tab to grant or revoke multiple user access to a single business area. For example, to give a group of Discoverer end users access to the Video Store Tutorial business area so that users can use the sample data to learn about Discoverer Plus.
To grant a single user access to multiple business areas at once, use the "Security dialog: Users - > Business Area tab".
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Use this drop down list to select the business area to which you want to grant access. The drop down list displays business areas that you currently have open. If you cannot see the business area to which you want to grant access, reconnect to Discoverer and open that business area.
Use this field to choose which users and roles you want to grant access to the selected business area. To grant access, move user names and roles from the Available users/roles field to the Selected users/roles field.
Use this field to see which users have access to the selected business area. To revoke access, move user names and roles from the Selected users/roles field to the Available users/roles field.
Use this check box to display Discoverer users in the Available users/roles field.
Use this check box to display Discoverer roles in the Available users/roles field.
Use this check box to grant both access and administration rights to the users selected in the Selected users/roles field. The operations the user can perform on the granted business area depend on the user's Administration privileges.
Before displaying the folders in a business area, Discoverer checks if the user has database access to the tables referenced in the folders. If they don't have the necessary permission, Discoverer does not display the folders. You can override this check by changing the value of the ObjectsAlwaysAccessible registry setting (for more information, see ObjectsAlwaysAccessible in "Discoverer Registry Settings").
When logged in as an Oracle Applications user, the term Role is replaced with Responsibility.
You can select more than one user or role by pressing the Ctrl key and clicking another user or role.