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    Adam Gardner
    Ability to display audit report based on Product
    Topic posted June 17, 2019 by Adam GardnerRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Security, Setup, Supplier Creation 
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    Title:
    Ability to display audit report based on Product
    Summary:
    Display the audit report by product for (ex. supplier model).
    Content:

    We have a requirement to be able to segregate which product a user can query in the audit reports; so for example a Vendor Help Desk user can query only those attributes associated to the product "Supplier Model" vs all products currently set to audit.

    Has anyone else found a way to split up the audit reports search function? Currently the privilege "View Audit History" grants access to every Product.

    Name View Audit History
    Code FND_VIEW_AUDIT_HISTORY_PRIV
    Description Allows to view the audit history of all the business object attributes enabled for auditing.

    Thank you

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    • Piyush Singh

      Hi Adam,

      Trying to understand the need to segregate the reports, do you have other users apart from Auditors (External or Internal) access these reports? You mentioned vendor help desk, can we know what exactly do they do with these reports?

      Thanks,

      Piyush

      • Adam Gardner

        Hi Piyush,

        That is correct. Currently we have a multi product HCM/ERP/SCM implementation. When you utilize the Audit Reports you are able to select any one of the multiple products (great for auditors) but we wish to only be able to limit the use to select one only product in this case Supplier Model so a select few from the vendor desk (supplier creation/maintenance team) can generate this report ad hoc to identify any changes made in the supplier master based on our attributes set to audit.

        Please see attachment.

        Thank you

    • Niamath Jeddy

      Adam,

      One workaround would be to perform page composer based personalization and disable the 'search' button with conditions that it be enabled only when logged in user has a specific role and the value in product search field = 'Supplier Model' .

      This way the search can be controlled for 'application role / product value' combinations

      Regards,

      Niamath

      • Adam Gardner

        Hi Niamath,

        Have you performed a similar page composer based personalization on this page? After looking at the workaround we were unable to set the search button with a role based condition. 

        Thank you

        • Niamath Jeddy

          Adam,

          No I have not done it. I was sharing the workaround idea conceptually.

          After seeing your message, i tried to do it and realized that probably the 'Search' button is being dynamically added by the code and hence is not visible in page structure for personalization.

          Regards,

          Niamath