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E9.2 Visualize JDE security?

schojo44

Active Member
Hi all,
i was wondering if anybody is visualizing their security in a matrix, spreadsheet, BI report whatsoever. I'm after the question "What exactly is <THIS> role allowed to do?". I can get a lot out of F00950 via SQL, for sure, but how about some nice clean spreadsheets? :)
If you know any software product that does this, or maybe just 70% of this, i'm also all ears.

Cheers,
schojo
 

Kim Schmidt

Active Member
My last two companies have been using AllOut Security - besides the improved ease of use versus the JDE security workbench, they offer a number of reports that can be used for Separation of Duty analysis, and point out potential conflicts as sometimes occur when users have multiple roles.
 

eydeak

Reputable Poster
I've worked for companies that use AllOut as well. If you want to take a stab at writing your own security report, try searching for "SOX Audits".
 

schojo44

Active Member
Thank you both!
@eydeak - your download still worked, cheers ;)

Just looked at it - I've even been on that exact JDE system before, funny! :)
 

BPConnor

Active Member
As the others have said, ALLOut Security provides several great tools you can use. I think one of the best ways to look at the security for a particular role is via the security supergrid where you have the option of "merging" multiple security types to a single line. This means you can see Application and Action in a single line with only the column data that is pertinent to those security types. You can also select a checkbox on the screen to limit the results to only roles or only users (helpful when the user and role naming conventions are co-mingled). Once there, you can of course export the data to Excel.
 
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