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    Ramesh Radhakrishnan
    Can The Requisitions UI Be Used To Access Other Users...
    Topic posted June 12, 2018 by Ramesh RadhakrishnanBlack Diamond: 60,000+ Points, tagged Create Requisition, How-To 
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    Title:
    Can The Requisitions UI Be Used To Access Other Users Requisitions?
    Content:

    Hi,

    We would like to have Requestors or preparers view other requistions that is not created or entered by them. I checked the note - 
    Can The Requisitions UI Be Used To Access Other Users Requisitions? (Doc ID 1624878.1) where it mentions to add the duty role 'Requisition Viewing as Administrator Duty' which allows a person to view all requisitions in his business unit.

    But I am unable to find the duty role - 'Requisition Viewing as Administrator Duty'. We are in R13 -18B. 

    Any pointers to the above will help.

    Thanks

    Ramesh

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    • Ashok

      Is this a case of a Preparer wanting to have access to other requesters' requisitions? What is the use case? Could you clarify?

      • Ramesh Radhakrishnan

        Hi Ashok,

        Yes in this case its both preparer and requestor that needs privelege to view other requistions within the same business unit.

        Thanks

        Ramesh

         

    • VIKRAM GANGAL

      Solution:

      Login into Fusion Applications and run the following two Jobs which should resolve this issue:

      - Retrieve Latest LDAP Changes
      - Import User and Role Application Security Data

      Refer Note: Why Cannot Find Requisition Viewing as Administrator or View Requisition All Duty Role - R12? (Doc ID 2388565.1)

       
      • Ramesh Radhakrishnan

        Hi Vikram,

        Thanks for the note. That worked and I am able to add the privileges and view another requestors requistions and reassign requisitions as well.

        Regards

        Ramesh

    • Ashok

      The benefit of this portal is seen vide this post as well! Thanks to you all. Please keep these interactions going.