Multi-Org Access Control

Written by David Haimes

accesscontrol.jpgMultiple Organizations Access Control or MOAC (pronounced MOW-ACK) to use the seemingly obligatory acronym, is a powerful, yet simple to implement feature available in R12.

Implementors spend a lot of time figuring out how to configure their Legal Entities, Ledgers and Operating Units. There are a number of options some restrictions, depending on what features you want to implement and where you are. See my earlier posts on Legal Entities and Operating Units for details on that. However it is worth remembering that change is the Status Quo (No, not the band of rocking all over the world fame – it’s latin, look it up) and flexibility is important, what was the optimal way to organize your transaction processing yesterday may not be right today. Many companies are creating shared service centers to centralize processing of financial transactions and a single user may process transactions on behalf of many different Operating Units(OU).

So MOAC allows you to create a security group which can contain many operating units and assign that to the User’s responsibility. All the forms Continue reading