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Tracking elevated access and what a user changed within Fusion

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edited Aug 11, 2022 10:23PM in Risk Management and Compliance 3 comments

Summary:

new to Oracle fusion and going live in the next few months. We have a SOX audit issue trying to solve. any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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looking to find the best option to track user access when an IT person has elevated access while trouble-shooting or moving in system changes.

  1. Being able to run a report that shows when a person with elevated access has:
  • Logged on to system
  • What changes were made to key configurations/workflows, reports, and integrations they made
  • When they logged off

(is this report a standard Oracle report or do we have to build our own)

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