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How to assign a new responsibility to an Oracle report?

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I am using Oracle 8i and Oracle application 11.0.300.

I want to add a responsibility to an oracle report.

How to do that in application?
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by:akramryk
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Your question is not clear to respond. You can roles & rights any group of users. or need assitance in assigning rights to only a single report?
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by:j_coreil
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This is more of a Oracle Reports and EBS question, not a database question.

Within Oracle Applications you can add reports to menus, you can add menus to responsibilities, you can add responsibilities to users. Are you asking how do you allow a responsibility to run a report or are you asking on how to edit the report to include data from another area of Oracle Apps?
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Assume you build the report now you want to assign it to Some Responsibility.

1) Go to System Admin -> Concurrent > Program > Executables > [Define executables properly]  {Save}
2) Go to System Admin -> Concurrent > Program > Define [ Give executable name here which is defined at #1]   {Save }

Now to assign to responsibility.
3) Go to System Admin -> Security > Responsibility > Request
Query "System Administrator Reports" and assign the program name which you created at #2.






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exactly
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