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Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide
Release 2.6.3

Part Number B10283-02
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Step 2 Setting Global User Preferences

You can control how you interact with Oracle Workflow by specifying user preferences that you can set from the User Preferences web page. As a workflow administrator, you also have access to the Global Preferences web page, which you can use to globally set default user preference values for the entire enterprise. An individual user can override a default user preference at any time by changing the value of the user preference in the User Preferences web page. Both web pages are accessible from the Oracle Workflow Home page, but only a workflow administrator has access to the Global Preferences page.

Attention: The Language, Territory, and Notification preference settings in the Global Preferences and User Preferences web pages are valid only if your directory service views map the Language, Territory, and Notification_Preference columns to the Oracle Workflow preferences table. If you map to some other preference source or set a hard-coded value to these columns, any changes you make to the preferences via the preferences web pages are ignored. See: Setting Up an Oracle Workflow Directory Service.

Context: You need to perform this step only once.

See: To Set Global User Preferences.

See: Setting User Preferences, Oracle Workflow User's Guide.

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