When an end user creates a request set, the user automatically becomes the "owner" of the request set. Ownership is identified by the person's application username.
End users use the Request Set form to create a new request set, or to query and update any request sets they own. End users can only edit request sets they own.
We sometimes refer to a request set that an end user owns as a private request set. Private request sets are not automatically added to a request security group. That is, other users cannot access your private request sets using the Submit Requests window unless the System Administrator assigns that request set to a request security group.
Request sets owned by an end user are always available to that user, regardless of what responsibility the user is operating under. However, a standard submission form customized to display only reports in a request group using a code does not display private request sets.
When a user signs on to Oracle Applications, the user can run requests, request sets, and concurrent programs included in:
System Administrator Request Set Privileges
Report Sets Report