How to enable users to view other users workflow notifications

Posted on August 7, 2008. Filed under: Configuration, DBA/Admin Tips, R12, Workflow Mailer | Tags: , , |

By default and design, only SYSADMIN user can view other users notifications. What if a requirement comes to enable everyone/certain group of people to view everyones notifications … this might sound crazy for a production environment but its a valid request on a Development environment.

Ok coming to the technicalities,

Step 1: Login as SYSADMIN User

Step 2: Select System Administrator or Workflow Administrator for Web Applications ->
-> Workflow : Administrator Workflow
-> Administration
-> In the admin page you will see this message “Set * to grant admin privilege to all users”
-> Put * in the text box next to “Workflow System Administrator” and click Apply.

Thats it, now anyone can see anybodys notifications.

Personally im not for setting it as ” * ” , i would rather set it to a responsibility viz., “Workflow Administrator Web (New)” and assign the responsibility to the respective group of development group to view the notifications.

cheers,
OraclePitStop.

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