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How to Add Responsibility to User from Back End

How to Add Responsibility to User from Back End


fnd_user_pkg.addresp(username => Application User Name
,resp_app => Responsiblity_Application_Short_Name
,resp_key => Responsibility_Key
,security_group => Security_Group ‘Mostly it is ‘STANDARD’ so it can be hard coded it’
,description => Any comments you want
,start_date => Sysdate From Today
,end_date => Sysdate + any number of days which is required);



Add Sysadmin Responsibility to SYEDSAADALI‘, SYSDATE, SYSDATE + 100);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line (‘Responsibility Added Successfully’);
DBMS_OUTPUT.put_line ( ‘ Responsibility is not added due to ‘ || SQLCODE || SUBSTR (SQLERRM, 1, 100));




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As a certified and experienced Oracle Database Administrator with Almost 10 Years of Experience I am able to perform all levels of database maintenance and am fully qualified to do Oracle updates as well. Capitalizing on my interest in Business & IT both, I chose to navigate my career towards Enterprise Solutions, which has enabled me to excel in the combination of both. I have developed exceptional analytical skills that allow me to diagnose and take care of issues immediately. Extremely skilled in planning and execution of special projects in time- critical environments. Extensive knowledge in directing, coordinating and exercising concern authority for planning, organization, control and successful completions. Very skilled at solving customer relations issues by seeking first to understand and then to be understood. Effectively able to communicate with customers, vendors and management.

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