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Oracle Content Manager Implementation and Administration Guide
Release 12.1
Part Number E13624-04
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Dependencies and Integration Points

This chapter covers the following topics:

Verifying CRM Applications

Oracle Content Manager (OCM) is dependent on the Oracle Applications that provide the underlying technology stack, schema, and structure.

OCM depends on the following modules:

You must complete the following tasks successfully to verify that the CRM applications are working properly:

  1. Create an FND User

  2. Assign AOL Responsibilities to the User

  3. Set Profile Options at User, Application, Responsibility, and Site Levels

  4. Creating a Workflow With Notifications

Create an FND User

Create an FND user in the Application Object Library to verify that the CRM applications are working properly. To create an FND user, log into Oracle Applications with the System Administrator responsibility.

For more details on creating users, see Oracle Applications System Administrator's Guide.

For the user to access the HTML application, you must set additional profile options as detailed in the Oracle Applications CRM System Administrator's Guide.

Navigation: Security > User > Define.

Notes:

Assigning AOL Responsibilities to the User

A responsibility defines an application user's current privileges while working with Oracle Applications. When an application user logs in, the user must select a responsibility that grants certain privileges to access functions, run concurrent programs, check reports, and so on.

You can deactivate a user's responsibility at any time by setting the End Date to the current date. To activate the responsibility for the user, change the End Date to a date after the current date, or clear the value in the End Date. For more information on employee management, see Oracle HRMS Enterprise and Workforce Management Guide.

To assign AOL responsibilities to the user, log into Oracle Applications with the System Administrator responsibility.

Prerequisites: An FND user must exist.

Navigation: Security > User > Define

Note: Note: Define the Effective Dates for the responsibility to be active.

Setting Profile Options at User, Application, Responsibility, and Site Levels

A user profile is a set of changeable options that affect the way the application looks and behaves. As a System Administrator, you can control how Oracle Applications operate by setting user profile options to the required values. You can set user profile options at four different levels: site, application, responsibility, and user.

To set up profile options, log into Oracle Applications with the System Administrator responsibility.

Note: You can set default values for profiles at Site level for the application. If you do not set a default value for a profile at any of the four levels, then you get errors when you use Oracle Applications, run reports, or run concurrent requests.

Prerequisites:

Navigation: Security > Profile > System

Notes:

Creating a Workflow With Notifications

To create and run workflow notifications, log into Oracle Applications with the Workflow Administrator responsibility. For more information on workflows, see Oracle Workflow User's Guide.

Navigation: Workflow > Launch Processes

Notes: