Set up access to AME configuration

!! Decide whether to Assign AME roles and not grant Security Administrator !!

User Management uses Roles as well as Responsibilities. In order to use User Management, a user account must be assigned the Security Administrator role.

USER MANAGEMENT
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Resp: User Management
Nav: Users
1. Query the username of the person you wish to assign the Security Administrator role to.
2. Click Update Icon for this user.
3. Click Assign Roles button.
4. Search for Security Admin%, and click Go.
5. Select from the list: Security Administrator.
6. Enter a Justification for each of the roles / responsibilities (basically an audit comment), and click Apply.

ASSIGN AME RESPONSIBILITY
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Resp: User Management
Nav: Users

AME uses Roles as well as Responsibilities. Therefore, the AME Business Analyst responsibility cannot simply be assigned as per a normal responsibility. Follow these steps to assign the AME responsibilities to a named user.

1. Query the username of the person you wish to assign AME responsibilities and roles to.
2. Click Update Icon on the returned user.
3. Click Assign Roles button.
Search for App%
4. Click Go, and select from the list:
Approvals Management Administrator
Approvals Management Business Analyst
Approvals Management Administrator
Approvals Management Business Analyst
Approvals Management Process Owner
Approvals Management System Administrator
Approvals Management System Viewer
5. Click Select
Enter a Justification for each of the roles / responsibilities and click Apply.

The named user will now have access to AME. Repeat these steps for additional named users.

The Apache server will need to be bounced (or clear the cache, via the Functional Administrator resp) in order for the named users to start using AME.

ASSIGN AME GRANT
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Resp: Functional Administrator
Nav: Grants Tab

The following Cut Over activity, resolves the issues of the AME Dashboard not showing any transaction types for the user when performing a blind % search.

1. Create a Grant.
2. Give a name to the grant.
3. Enter a description.
4. Select grantee type as specific user.
5. Select the user in grantee lov field.
6. Select AME_TRANSACTION_TYPES Object from lov, and click next.
7. Select all_rows in “Data Context Type”, and click next.
8. Select “AME Calling Applications” from Set lov.
9. Click finish.

After performing the above steps, make sure concurrent manager is up.
Bounce apache and re-test.

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