Welcome to Release 11i of the Oracle Applications System Administrator’s Guide - Security. This guide assumes you have a working knowledge of the principles and customary practices of your business area. If you have never used Oracle Applications we suggest
you attend one or more of the Oracle Applications System Administration training classes available through Oracle University. (See Other Information Sources for more information about Oracle training.) This guide also assumes you are familiar with the Oracle Applications graphical user interface. To learn more about the Oracle Applications graphical user interface, read the Oracle Applications User’s Guide.
Introductions: Access Control in Oracle Applications, Oracle User Management, Oracle Application Object Library Security, User and Data Auditing, Access Control with Oracle User Management, Overview, Function Security. Data Security, Role Based Access Control, Delegated Administration, Registration Processes, Self-Service and Approvals. Oracle User Management Setup and Administration, Setup Tasks. Delegated Administration Tasks. Oracle Application Object Library Security, Overview of Oracle Applications Security, Case Sensitivity in Oracle Applications User Passwords, Overview of Security Groups in Oracle HRMS, Overview of Function Security, Implementing Function Security, Overview of Data Security, User and Data Auditing, Overview of User and Data Auditing, Signon Audit Concurrent Requests Report, Security Con?guration and Maintenance.
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