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OBIEE 11g Security – Default BI/Application Roles

Posted by sranka on March 28, 2011

Following are the default Application Roles:

• The BIAdministrator role grants administrative permissions necessary to configure and manage the Oracle Business Intelligence installation. Any member of the BIAdministrators group is explicitly granted this role and implicitly granted the BIAuthor and BIConsumer roles.

• The BIAuthor role grants permissions necessary to create and edit content for other users to use, or to consume. Any member of the BIAuthors group is explicitly granted this role and implicitly granted the BIConsumer role.

• The BIConsumer role grants permissions necessary to use, or to consume, content created by other users. By default, every Oracle Business Intelligence authenticated user is part of the BIConsumers group and does not need to be explicitly added to the group or role

Authenticated Role
Every user who successfully logs in to Oracle Business Intelligence becomes a member of the authenticated role, and it is a replacement for the 10g Everyone PresentationCatalog group. The authenticated role is not stored in the obi application stripe and is not searchable in the Oracle Business Intelligence policy store. However, the authenticated role is displayed in the administrative interface for the policy store, is available in Application Role lists, and can be added as a member of another Application Role.

Hope This Helps

Sunil S Ranka
“Superior BI is the antidote to Business Failure”

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One Response to “OBIEE 11g Security – Default BI/Application Roles”

  1. Prashant Basa said

    It’s really good and informative Sunil…

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