Runtime Prompts and Approvals

Depending on how the administrator has designed a business rule, to be able to execute a business rule, planners must have write access to all members selected in runtime prompts and own the affected planning units members. For example, a business rule can be designed such that if you have already promoted a planning unit containing entity A, you cannot change the data for A using a runtime prompt. Runtime prompts display only members to which you have access.