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In R3 role design , "filling character" for org level required

Hi All,

I am designing a role in R3 system , wherein I want to maintain a particular set of values in Org Level. For example , my values for org level are as below

A1YZ

A2YZ

AMYZ

ADYZ

where second character can be any character , but first character and last two characters are fix. So I am searching any filling character which can replace second character such that it includes all the values for second character. eg. something like A+YZ.

Can anyone please suggest me this filling character ?

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    Posted on May 26, 2011 at 02:05 PM

    have you read OSS Note 549485 - FAQ: General questions about authorizations

    [1] Question: Can wildcards be used in authorizations?

    Kind regards

    Joerg

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    Posted on May 28, 2011 at 08:50 PM

    You need to consider this restraint before you design the naming convention.

    If this is in your own code you could consider first checking the authority of the user for the limited length of the field and then changing the value being checked against to check again against the second namespace in the convention you are trying to achieve.

    But... this will make your authorizations a labyrinth of room to make errors in! People with full authorization (*) or the full range might not pass the second check if it is a real wildcard.

    I would change the convention or maintain the explicit values.

    Which field is it?

    Cheers,

    Julius

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