Monday, August 5, 2013

How to set the User-Level Multiple Organizations in Oracle apps R12

The MO: Security Profile controls the list of operating units a user with a specific
responsibility can access and the MO: Default Operating Unit controls the default
operating unit that defaults in all pages that display the operating unit field. Users can
further tailor the number of operating units they want to work with and specify a
different default operating unit by using the Multi-Org Preferences page. This allows
users to have complete control over their work environment to help them process data
more efficiently.
This page can be accessed using the menu function called User Preferences.
Note: If you do not see the User Preferences function from your application, inform
your system administrator to add the user preferences function called FNDMOPREFS
to your product's submenu. The default operating unit set on the Multi-Org Preferences
page will be saved to the MO: Default Operating Unit profile option at the user level.
To define a user preference:
1. Open the Multi-Org Preferences page.
The following information will appear at the header level:
• User Name: The user name of the user
• Responsibility Name: The name of the responsibility that accessed the page.
• Security Profile: The name of the security profile assigned to the MO: Security
Profile for the responsibility/user.
2. You can specify a default operating unit. The list of operating units will be limited
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to those assigned to the Security Profile.
3. You can select one or more operating units and then set them as preferred operating
units by clicking the Set as Preferred button.

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