Oracle Apps R12 MOAC and its impact

Oracle Apps R12 MOAC and its impact

Oracle R12 MOAC and its impact 


Setup the Security Profile: 
1.Create a Security Profile in HRMS Responsibility
    HRMS Manager>Security>Profile
    In this setup specify different Operating Units that you want to Access.

2.Run the Security List Maintenance
    This is a required step when you create a new Profile or modify existing one.


3.Setup the MO: Security Profile value to above created security profile.
     This "MO: Security Profile" Profile option has to be setup at the responsibility level.This will ensure that
     Responsibility will have access to the data of all the Operating units under the Security Profile.


Important profile option

MO: Security Profile:

MO: Operating Unit:
This comes from 11i and is still valid only its evaluated, if there is no value setup at MO:Security
Profile.

MO: Default Operating Unit
If the security profile is setup to access multiple operating units, this requires users to select
the Operating Unit every time user access the Sub ledger pages. To avoid this the Default Operating Unit profile can be setup.

How MOAC impacts the way we work in TOAD

11i
To set the Org id in TOAD
1. Get the Org_id from HR_ORGANIZATION_UNITS

2. In toad execute the below code
        begin
        fnd_client_info.set_org_context(&org_id);
        end;


To set the responsibility context in TOAD
1. Get the User id, Responsibility Id and Application id from Front end
    Help>Diagnostic>Examine and select BLOCK as "$PROFILES$" and then get the respective IDS

2. Using the IDs execute the below code in TOAD

      begin
      FND_GLOBAL.APPS_INITIALIZE(user_id in number,resp_id in number,resp_appl_id in
      number);
      end;

R12:
To set the Org id in TOAD
1. Get the Org_id from HR_ORGANIZATION_UNITS

2. In toad execute the below code
    --Sets the 201 as single Org id
    exec MO_GLOBAL.SET_POLICY_CONTEXT('S',201);
    Pass a value "S" in case you want your current session to work against Single ORG_ID
    Pass a value of "M" in case you want your current session to work against multiple ORG_ID's

To set the responsibility context and initiate MOAC in TOAD
1. Get the User id, Responsibility Id and Application id from Front end
     Help>Diagnostic>Examine and select BLOCK as "$PROFILES$" and then get the respective IDS

2. Using the IDs execute the below code in TOAD

       a. exec  FND_GLOBAL.INITIALIZE
          This will set your responsibility id, user_id etc

       b. call MO_GLOBAL.INIT('AR')
           This will read the MO profile option values for your responsibility/user, and will initialize the
           Multi Org Access.
        
MOAC for table access
In 11i _ALL Tables where non Org specific and Org specific views were created on these tables.
But in R12 its different concept
  a. For the table AP_INVOICES_ALL a synonym  AP_INVOICES_ALL is created in APPS.

  b. Also another synonym AP_INVOICES is created which refers to AP_INOICES_ALL.

  c. A Row Level security is applied to AP_INVOICES, using package function
      MO_GLOBAL.ORG_SECURITY.
     This can be double-checked by running SQL select * from all_policies where
      object_name='AP_INVOICES'

e. The effect of this policy is that,whenever you access AP_INVOICES, Oracle RLS will
    dynamically append WHERE CLAUSE similar to below

    SELECT * FROM AP_INVOICES
    WHERE EXISTS (SELECT 1 FROM mo_glob_org_access_tmp oa WHERE oa.organization_id =
     org_id)

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