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MOAC: ( Multi-Org Access Control

Multi-Org Access Control' (also known as 'MOAC' in short form) is an enhanced feature of Release 12. MOAC enables users to access secured data in multiple operating units from a single responsibility. End-Users can access/transact data within several operating units based on a Security Profile attached to the responsibility.   

                                                            MOAC Setups

1. Define Responsibilities for GL, AP,AR,FA,CM.
2. Define Business Group.
3.Define Ledger.
4.Define Operating Unit.
5. Define Security Profile.
6. Run Security List Maintenance Program.
7. Assign Security Profile to Responsibilities. 
8. Run Replicate Seed Data Program.


 1. Define Responsibilities for GL, AP,AR,FA,CM.

Navigation: System Administrator --> Security --> Responsibility --> Define.


Responsibility for GL.

 Responsibility for HRMS.

   
Responsibility for AP.


  
 
  Responsibility for AR.



    

Responsibility for FA.

                                                     

Responsibility for CM.


Setup 2: Define Business Group.


Navigation: HRMS --> Work Structures --> Oraniazation --> Description.

Click on New button.



 Click on Others.







Select Business Group information.


 


Click on Ok and Save.

Once we created the business group system default assigned the business group to your HRMS Responsibility.


 Assign Business group to your HRMS Responsibility.

Navigation System Administrator --> Profile --> Systems.

 

 Setup 3: Define Ledger.

The ledger is a basic concept in Release 12. The ledger replaces the 11i concept of a set of books. It represents an accounting representation for one or more legal entities or for a business need such as consolidation or management reporting. Companies can now clearly and efficiently model its legal entities and their accounting representations in Release 12. This seems to be a major area in getting success of the shared service center and single instance initiatives where many or all legal entities of an enterprise are accounted for in a single instance, and data, setup, and processing must be effectively secured but also possibly shared.
Now, legal Entities can be mapped to entire Ledgers or if you account for more than one legal entity within a ledger, you can map a legal entity to balancing segments within a ledger.
While a set of books is defined by 3 C’s,
  1. chart of accounts
  2. functional currency
  3. accounting calendar,
The addition in this list the ledger is defined by a 4th C: the accounting method,
This 4th C allows you to assign and manage a specific accounting method for each ledger. Therefore, when a legal entity is subject to multiple reporting requirements, separate ledgers can be used to record the accounting information.
Accounting Setup Manager is a new feature that allows you to set up your common financial setup components from a central location.


Leger is created in 5 stages
1. Create Legal Entity.
2. Define Leger.
3. Define Accounting Options.
4. Assign Legal entities to your Ledger .
5. Assign Balanceing Segment Values to respective Legal entities. 

Navigation: General Ledger --> Setup --> Financials --> Accounting Setup Manager --> Accounting Setups.

  • Create legal entity
Click on Create Accounting Setup and then click on Create Legal entity.

 
Click on Apply and then click on Next.

  • Define Leger



Click on Next and then Finsh.

Define Accounting OptionsDefine Accounting Options
  • Define Accounting Options

Click on Define Accounting Options and click on update.


 Click on Next, and assign Retained earnings Account.

 
  Click on Next, Next, and Finsh.

Assign Legal entities to your Ledger.Assign Legal entities to your Ledger.
  •  Assign Legal entities to your Ledger.
Click on Add Legal Entity.
 
 Click on Add Legal entity.

 Add your Legal entity and click on Apply.


  • Assign Balancing segment values to legal entities
Click on the update Balancing Segment Values


Click on Add Balancing Segment Value.


Assign Balancing segment values to these legal entities.


Click on Apply and then click onComplete.



 Once you complete leger we are getting the following Warning.



 Click on Yes.

 Ofter click on the yes we are getting the following confirmation.


Click on Return to Accounting Setups.

 Setup 4: Define Operating Unit.

How to Define Operating Unit in R12

 Define Operating Unit.

An organization that uses Oracle sub ledgers, such as Oracle Cash Management, Order Management and Shipping Execution, Oracle Payable, Oracle Purchasing, Oracle Receivables, and related products. It may be a sales office, a division, or a department. Operating units are not associated with legal entities. Operating units are assigned to ledgers and a default legal context. Information is secured by operating unit for these applications using responsibilities. Each user can access, process, and report on data only for the operating units assigned to the MO: Operating Unit or MO: Security Profile profile option. The MO: Operating Unit profile option only provides access to one operating unit. The MO: Security Profile provides access to multiple operating units from a single responsibility. You can define operating units from the Define Organization window in Oracle HRMS or from Accounting Setup Manager in General Ledger. For further reference: Visit Google.com and search for "Oracle Multiple Organization Manual". download the pdf file for detailed information on multiple ORG.
  



 Navigation: HRMS --> Work Structures --> Organization --> Description.

Click on New.

 


Type your operating unit name, type ,location and organization classification.

   
Click on Others.

Select operating unit information.


   

Enter the Primary Ledger name, Legal entity name and Operating unit short code
 



click on ok and then save.
Setup5: Define Security Profile.
The security profile determines which applicant, employee, contingent worker and other person type records are available to holders of the responsibility the profile is linked to.
You can define security profiles in the Security Profile window to give access to a single business group or the Global Security Profile window (to allow users to access records from more than one business group).
Using the Global Security Profile window does not give Oracle HRMS users access to records from multiple business groups within the same responsibility; users must still switch responsibilities to see records from different business groups. However, HRMS users can see a restricted set of information in records from more than one business group within a single responsibility if the HR:Cross Business Profile profile option is set to Yes. In addition, you can use people management templates to query and update worker information across business groups using a single responsibility.
Navigation: HRMS --> Security --> Profile.
 
 Click on Save.
Note: The above security profile will access only single business group information.
 6. Run Security List Maintenance Program.
Navigation: HRMS --> Processes and Reports --> Submit Processes and Reprots ---> Single Request
 Click on Ok and click on Submit.
Global Security Profile:
  
By using Global security Profile we can access one or more business group at a time under single Responsibility.
Navigation: HRMS --> Security --> Global.
 
 Click On save.
  Run Security List Maintenance Program.
Navigation: HRMS --> Processes and Reports --> Submit Processes and Reprots ---> Single Request
 
Click on ok and then submit.
7. Assign Security Profile to Responsibilities.
Navigation: System Administrator --> Profile --> System
Click on Find.
  Save.
8. Run Replicate Seed Data Program.
Navigation: System Administrator --> Request --> Run --> Single Request
 
 Click on ok and submit.