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    No environment assigned for User/Role

    Hello there

    I have created one user and attach GLINQ role to it. Works fine in PD but when user login to PY getting above error.

    Any idea? Is it something i need to do with Role?


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    Re: No environment assigned for User/Role

    1) Is PY (or JPY) assigned to that role?
    2) If you are signing into a fat client, is PY installed on that PC?
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    Re: No environment assigned for User/Role

    Adding to Ken's comments, you need to look under the user and the role in P0092 and validate that the user and the role both have the PY(JPY) environments added to the "Environments" row exit for that user and role.
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    Re: No environment assigned for User/Role

    Hi Ken

    I did not assign the PY environment to that role i believe that is all i am missing ? how to do that.

    Because all the other roles work fine with both environment and yes it is JPY. i am not using fat client it is web.

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    Re: No environment assigned for User/Role

    Yes, whatever role the user has, you need to do as Steven says and go to the User Profiles application (P0092), Find and highlight the role name, hit the Environments row exit, and add a line for JPY812.

    Unlike Steven's suggestion, however, the user name does not need to have any environment assigned to it. It will inherit the available environments from the role. If the user name has environments assigned, you will either need to also add JPY812 to the user's list, or delete all of the environments from the user's list so it can inherit from the role properly.
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    Re: No environment assigned for User/Role

    This is because when the user sign on the available environments come from either the user itself or if there are none the combined environments of the roles. The role always needs the environment however.
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    You guyz rock.

    Work like a charm.

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    Re: No environment assigned for User/Role

    Ken is spot on. Just as a side note and possible suggestion, we have to maintain environments on the user level, because we don't allow basic end users into any environment other than PD. The roles however have access to PY, DV, and PD so that testing can be performed, but this is done with accounts other than the end user accounts. This eliminates the "oops, I thought I was in PY(or wherever)" possibility. Just something to keep in mind.
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    Re: No environment assigned for User/Role

    Steven,
    Just a note - you'll lose the ability to assign Environments to Users if you take SAR #8946906. The Environment row exit will only be available on Roles, not Users. This is causing us a lot of extra work.

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    Re: No environment assigned for User/Role

    Dave - thanks for the heads up. I just looked on my new 9.0 install and sure enough the row exit is gone for users! What kind of "enhancement" is that?! I will certainly NOT be taking that ESU on my 8.12 instances and will see if I can unapply that ESU on my 9.0 instance. I suppose the only other work around if you only want users accessing PD is to setup a whole bunch more roles, like APCLERKPD, APCLERKPY etc. Yuck. Not at all what I want to do. Again, thanks for the heads up.
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