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Auding FND_USERS for new created accounts and assigned responsibilities

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Hello, I want to create a report on user accounts created in Oracle 11i APPS that are created frm 10/01/2005 to 06/21/2006. Also, any user responsibilities that are assigned during that time frame. Please help.
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all user account:

select user_id,user_name
from dba_users
where trunc(created) between to_date('10/01/2005','MM/DD/YYYY') and to_date('06/21/2006','MM/DD/YYYY');
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>>any user responsibilities

if you are talking about privileges, then, you need to look at:
dba_tab_privs
dba_col_privs
dba_role_privs
dba_sys_privs

for example for all system privileges directly assigned to the user:

select privilege
from dba_sys_privs
where grantee = <user name>;
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Hi, I am talking about Oracle Apps..
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tHANKS FOR THE REPLY..i FIGURED IT OUT..hERE IT IS JUST IN CASE..

select a.user_id, b.USER_NAME, b.DESCRIPTION, c.responsibility_key, a.last_update_date  from apps.fnd_user_resp_groups_direct a, applsys.fnd_user b, applsys.fnd_responsibility c where a.user_id=b.user_id and a.responsibility_id=c.responsibility_id and  trunc(a.last_update_date) between to_date('10/01/2005','MM/DD/YYYY') and to_date('06/21/2006','MM/DD/YYYY') order by description, last_update_date
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here you go ...
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>>Oracle 11i APPS

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