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Security in General Journal Review

Eric_Lehti

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Has anyone implemented security in the General Journal Review program P00201? See menu G0911 option J09201. As shipped from JDE, a user can review batches for all business units. There is no security to restrict the user from viewing/processing batches created by persons in other business units.


Can you think of a simpler solution than the following?
Add an input field (Business Unit) to video for P00201.
Verify that the user has authority to the specified business unit.
If user has authority, display for review only those batches associated with that business unit.

Because the Batch Header has the user name only, determining security would require following:
With User ID, retrieve Address Book number from F0092.
With employer number, retrieve Responsible Business Unit from F0101.
With Responsible Business Unit, retrieve security validation from F00011.
If batch passes this test, display the batch on video 00201 for General Journal Review.

Seems like there ought to be a shorter path to accomplish our goal.
What thoughts do you have?
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Fike Corporation, mailto:Eric.Lehti@fike.com

( Phone (816) 229-3405 ext. 231 2 Fax (816) 229-4615

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Fwd: Re: Security in General Journal Review (fwd)

Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 09:31:04 -0700
From: ELAINE_TUFO@150Pelican.com
To: jdeworld@jdelist.com
Subject: Re: Security in General Journal Review ~~0:9


We have a similar situation where it is necessary to
restrict certain users
from certain business units in all programs. We used
Business Unit
Security (G94/J00011) and identified by user groups
those business units
that particular group had access too. If your users
are in groups there is
not a lot of maintenance involved; however, if your
security is user
specific, this approach might be a job to maintain.




On Behalf of Eric Lehti
<noerick.norcal@cleancity.com>@jdelist.com on
10/18/2000 09:11:32 AM

Please respond to jdeworld@jdelist.com

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cc:

Subject: Security in General Journal Review ~~0:9


Has anyone implemented security in the General Journal
Review program P00201? See menu G0911 option J09201. As
shipped from JDE, a user can review batches for all
business units. There is no security to restrict the
user from viewing/processing batches created by persons
in other business units.


Can you think of a simpler solution than the following?
Add an input field (Business Unit) to video for P00201.
Verify that the user has authority to the specified
business unit.
If user has authority, display for review only those
batches associated with that business unit.

Because the Batch Header has the user name only,
determining security would require following:
With User ID, retrieve Address Book number from F0092.
With employer number, retrieve Responsible Business
Unit from F0101.
With Responsible Business Unit, retrieve security
validation from F00011.
If batch passes this test, display the batch on video
00201 for General Journal Review.

Seems like there ought to be a shorter path to
accomplish our goal.
What thoughts do you have?
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Eric Lehti Certified JD Edwards Professional
Fike Corporation, mailto:Eric.Lehti@fike.com

( Phone (816) 229-3405 ext. 231 2 Fax (816) 229-4615

JD Edwards A73 Cume 10, AS/400 9406-730, OS/400 V4R4

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RE: Security in General Journal Review (fwd)

Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 13:40:46 -0300
From: Firmat Luis - Proyecto Siglo 21
<LFIRMAT@pecom.com.ar>
To: "'jdeworld@jdelist.com'" <jdeworld@jdelist.com>
Subject: RE: Security in General Journal Review ~~0:9

Loon in G94 option 7, the last field is for that.


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RE: Security in General Journal Review (fwd)

Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 09:49:49 -0700
From: "Draper, Dale" <dale.draper@seu.sega.com>
To: "'jdeworld@jdelist.com'" <jdeworld@jdelist.com>
Subject: RE: Security in General Journal Review ~~0:9

We use batch security as set up by JDE. It is not by
business unit, but by
user. User X is able to see and post batches done by
user X,Y,X. As defined
by batch security.
See menu G94 option 7. There are some things to set up
in each module as
well, if I remember correctly.


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RE: Security in General Journal Review (fwd)

Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 13:34:28 -0400
From: Gary Gallant <Gary.Gallant@unilever.com>
To: "jdeworld@jdelist.com" <jdeworld@jdelist.com>,
"jdeworldml@jdelist.com" <jdeworldml@jdelist.com>
Subject: RE: Security in General Journal Review ~~0:9

Eric,

JDEdwards has a batch approval/post security setup
(7/G94). It sounds to me
like this will handle what you are looking for.

Gary
 
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RE: Security in General Journal Review (fwd)

Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 13:37:30 -0400
From: "Cogdell, Mary" <mcogdell@eatnpark.com>
To: "'jdeworld@jdelist.com'" <jdeworld@jdelist.com>
Subject: RE: Security in General Journal Review ~~0:9

I think all you have to do is set up the business unit
security for the
users and specify which business units they are
authorized to access. If we
don't want a user to access certain vendors in the
accounts payable, we
don't give them access to the business units assigned
to those vendors.


Mary Cogdell
Manager of AS/400 Programming Support
Eat'n Park Restaurants
100 Park Manor Drive
Pittsburgh, Pa 15205
(412) 788-1600 x236
 
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Re: RE: Security in General Journal Review

Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 09:26:21 +0200
From: Farouk Haffejee <haffejeefc@durban.gov.za>
To: jdeworld@jdelist.com, jdeworldml@jdelist.com,
Gary.Gallant@unilever.com
Subject: Re: RE: Security in General Journal Review
~~0:9

We, at Durban Metro Council, are using option 7 under
menu G94 to restrict the
user to review batches created by staff only. This
security feature works
perfectly for us.

Farouk

>>> Gary.Gallant@unilever.com 10/18 7:34 PM >>>
Eric,

JDEdwards has a batch approval/post security setup
(7/G94). It sounds to me
like this will handle what you are looking for.

Gary
 
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