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First, we need to setup a new user (OPRID) that will be tied to the node we will create. All code in PeopleSoft executes under some “user context”. This means that all PeopleCode is running as some valid PeopleSoft OPRID. When using an integration broker node, the service operations routed from the client node will execute under that user ID that you attached to a node. We need to ensure whatever security it setup for that user can execute whatever business logic and objects that the service operation handler code executes.
First and foremost, the user on the node needs access to the actual
Service Operation. Secondly, if there are any
Component Interfaces accessed the user needs access to those. Additionally, for component interface based handlers, data security or application security may be applied as part of the underlying component. So the user needs access to that as well.
Service Operationsecurity to this permission list.
CHG_TEST_NODEthat contains one permission list
First we need to create a node to represent your application. This can be done here:
|Default User ID||CHG_TEST_NODE|