|Oracle Workflow Administrator's Guide|
Part Number B10283-02
Each user of Oracle Workflow operates the system at a certain access level according to the range of levels listed above. A "user of Oracle Workflow" in this case, represents someone who is operating Oracle Workflow Builder, or the Workflow Definitions Loader program, which loads workflow process definitions from a file into a database. As a seed data provider, you should always operate Oracle Workflow Builder at the same consistent access level because the level you work at affects the protection level of the seed data you create.
You can view your access level as follows:
Note: The Workflow Definitions Loader program references the access level stored in the environment variable called WF_ACCESS_LEVEL, which you must define when you install Oracle Workflow on your server. If you do not define this environment variable, the Workflow Definitions Loader simply assumes a default access level of 1.
Note: When you install the version of Oracle Workflow embedded in Oracle Applications, you need to define this variable in an environment file. The default environment file is APPLSYS.env. If you do not define this environment variable, the Workflow Definitions Loader simply assumes a default access level of 1. Refer to your Oracle Applications installation manual for more information about environment files.