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For every implementation, there would be functional consultant who looks into the security and their job is to create a security matrix with all users list and their roles mapped on to a sheet. It would be tough to create this sheet manually when there are 1000’s of employees and it doesn’t make any sense to do it manually.
In order to overcome this challenge, we can create a BI Report and use the direct database option of OTBI to create pivot table to get the users/roles in matrix format.
WHERE PU.ACTIVE_FLAG = ‘Y’
AND SYSDATE BETWEEN PU.START_DATE AND NVL(PU.END_DATE,’4712/12/31′)
AND PU.USER_ID = PUR.USER_ID
AND PRD.ROLE_ID = PUR.ROLE_ID
AND PRD.LANGUAGE = ‘US’
ORDER BY PU.USERNAME DESC
Catalog File: Security_Matrix_-_User_Roles.catalog
a) Login to the instance/Pod.
b) Navigate to Reports and Analytics
c) Click on Browse Catalog and navigate to the desired folder where you want this analytics to be imported.. Ex: My Folders or Custom Folder.
d) Click on the Unarchive button in the left bottom and select the catalog file that you downloaded from this post.
e) The analytics is imported with name “Security Matrix – User Roles” and is ready to use.
f) Click the Open hyperlink to run the analytics. The o/p can be exported using the export option at the end of the o/p (scroll till the end to see this option).
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