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To access this, right-click the content folder and select New _ Role. Enter the technical name and description of the role and click Finish to save it. The final step in configuring the role is shown here.
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Now that we have completed the configuration of the Enterprise Portal structures and have identified the location within the Portal Content architecture where the Portal will be stored, we can begin the process of taking all the pieces and combining them. We have already set up and assigned the BI objects to the Enterprise Portal by linking the object whether it is a query, BEx Web Analyzer query, WAD query, or whatever to the Portal. We also created the iView for that object. Now, we need to go through the process of assigning all this to the appropriate levels and objects.
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Assigning BI and Portal Objects Even though we have worked through the configuration of the actual object from the bottom up, the assignment process will be from the top down. Therefore, we start with the role we just set up. The following illustration shows the role we just created and the use of the context menu to create a new folder. This folder will be assigned to the role being used to organize the hierarchy of objects.
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The creation of the folder is explained earlier in this chapter. Once the configuration is complete, the folder BWUSER Quarterly Reports is found at a lower level under the role. This process is very straightforward, and the results are shown here.
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Our next step is to take the page we developed before and assign it to the folder. Remember that during the creation of the page, we would have assigned the iViews. Therefore, once the page is assigned to the folder, the basic architecture of the Portal view is complete. The first of the following illustrations shows that the folder parameter Entry
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Point has been set to Yes. This means that when the role is accessed, this folder will be visible immediately and not hidden. Ensure that the appropriate level is highlighted (in this case, the folder BWUSER Quarterly Reports). Find the page that was created and use the context menu option Add Page to Role _ Delta Link, as shown in the second illustration.
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Finally, the end result is that the page is assigned to the folder, and this is the hierarchy view of the information from the Portal. Once this is accomplished, we just need to assign the role to the business user, as shown here.
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Assigning Roles to Business Users The process of assigning roles to the business users takes
us out of the current tab (Content Administration) and moves us to the Delegated User Administration tab, where the assignment will take place. The following shows the initial screen.
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To enter our user into the field, we perform a search to locate the user and have it default into the catalog below. Once the user is located, as shown here, choose the box to the far left
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of the line to highlight the user. Then, at the bottom portion of the screen, select the tab labeled Assigned Roles, which is where we will make the assignment.
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Click the Modify button so that the option for assigning can be completed. A search for the BWUSER01 role causes it to appear in the lines below. Choose the role to be assigned and click the Add button to add the role to the user, as shown next.
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The following shows that the role has been added to the user.
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Make sure that you save before leaving this screen. Finally, by executing a refresh of the screen (found on the context menu of the Options button on far right side of the screen), the tab BWUSER Quarterly Reports appears, as shown here.
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