Sunday, December 25, 2016

Oracle Applications Profile Options Details

Profile Option
If new for R12, what is it?
Available Options
Applications SSO Linking Source of Truth
Applications SSO Linking Source of Truth

 E-Business Suite, Oracle Internet Directory
Applications SSO Post Logout URL
Applications SSO Post Logout URL
 User Defined
Applications SSO Enable OID Identity Add Event
When a user is created in OID, the IDENTITY_ADD event is sent to all registered instances.
This event controls whether an E-Business Suite instance should create the user in response to IDENTITY_ADD

Enable, disable
Applications SSO Auto Link User
If a user authenticated by SSO has no corresponding user in E-Business Suite, it will look for a local user with the same user name. If found, it will be permanently linked

Enable, disable

Applications SSO Allow Multiple Accounts

At user level, it enables a user to have multiple E-Business Suite accounts linked to a single SSO user name.
Selection of which account is active is done via the Preferences page.
At site level, it indicates the default for users without this specific setting.

Enable, disable
FND Export All Block Data
The profile control what data is exported from a form's block.

 Yes, No
FND: Fixed Key
The fixed security key to be used in Framework if the profile FND Fixed Key Enabled is set to Y for the user. The key should be a Hexadecimal string of size 64.
 User Defined
FND: Fixed Key Enabled
This profile determines if a fixed key will be used for security purposes in Framework.

 Yes, No
Opening up a range of ports so that machine can talk across DMZ

 User Defined
OAM: Data Scrambling Allowed
Profile option to allow data scrambling

 User Defined
OAM: Data Scrambling Enabled
Profile to enable or disable data scrambling

 User Defined
Enable or Disable Web Service Auditing

 User Defined
Signon Password Case
Enables or Disables Password Case Sensitivity

Enabled, Disabled
System Alert Enable Level
System Alert Enable Level

 All, Critical and Error, Critical, None
Signon Password Case
Enables or Disables Password Case Sensitivity

 Insensitive, Sensitive
Signon Password Custom
Profile option that specifies the full name of the class containing custom password validation logic.

  User Defined
Signon Password Failure Limit
A positive integer indicating the maximum number of logon attempts before the user's account is disabled.
 User Defined
Signon Password Hard To Guess
Profile that gets set to "true" if hard-to-guess password validation rules should be enforced for new passwords.
 Yes, No
Signon Password Length
Minimum length of Applications user password

 User Defined
Signon Password No Reuse
Profile to specify the number of days a user must wait before being allowed to reuse a password.
 Yes, No
Sign-On: Audit Level
Level at which to audit foundation usage

Sign-On: Notification
Notify User Concurrent Program Failures and Invalid Printers

 Yes, No
FND: Diagnostics
Enables Diagnostics Global Button

 Yes, No
Hide Diagnostics menu entry
 Hides the Help: Diagnostics Menu entry

 Yes, No
Sequential Numbering
Sequential Numbering

 Always Used, Not Used, Partially Used
Concurrent: Report Access Level
Provides controlled access of log/output files of requests to group of users based on the current responsibility of the user based on this profile option value
 Responsibility, User
Output Printer
Registered Printers e.g. ( noprint, LabelPDF)
FA: use workflow account generation notification for new assets.

Yes, No
Workflow activity settings: Request Approval From Approver timeout

The standard setting is 7 days. After this time has expired, Journal Approval notifies the preparer that no approver response has been received.

UMX: Enable ICM Validation"

Enabled/disable access to override violation is restricted or not allowed at all

Oracle User Management is now integrated with Oracle Internal Controls Manager (ICM) for the prevention, detection, enforcement, and resolution of separation-of-duties constraints during the assignment of roles by administrators to users.
Yes, No
MO: Security Profile
(Global or just Security Profile)
Required for MOAC:  To enable MOAC, assign this profile option to an application responsibility.  This responsibility will then allow the assigned users the access to multiple operating units. In Release 12, a Security Profile is created in the HR module.  Multiple operating units are then assigned to the profile.  The Security Profile is then assigned to a responsibility using the profile option MO: Security Profile
Yes, No
MO: Default Operating Unit
Operating unit
(Optional) This profile option defines the default operating unit for users when they perform activities in the sub-ledgers.
Yes, No
SLA: Enable Data Access Set Security in Sub ledger

This profile option needs to be set to “Yes” in order to enable data access set security in the sub-ledger. If this is not set regardless of the data access set that is assigned to the responsibility or even if the responsibility is restricted to a specific ledger using the “GL Ledger Name” profile option, the user will be able to create and post any journal in any ledger through the sub-ledger.
Yes, No

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