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There is no way planners could have access without security being defined on the dimensions and forms as by default they will not see anything unless explicitly grantes access.
Therefore you probably have granted all users some kind of access on dimensions and forms probably via a group, and once you assign your new form and report they will be able to see it. Check what groups they are in via Shared Services and then check the security report for that group on planning. Chances are you will see that the group has permissions assigned to it.
Thanks for the reply. You were right - I was looking in the wrong place. This is what I found, though it still doesn't seem to solve my problem:
There is a group named "PLANNERS" in Shared Services. This group has been assigned the roles of Planner for the Planning application in question.
The group "PLANNERS" has been assigned WRITE access to the FORMS folder. All data forms in the application, including the one I created reside in the FORMS folder.
The group "PLANNERS" has access to all dimensions.
Still, users in the PLANNERS group cannot see the form I created for some reason. I also tried assigning access to that form itself, still no luck.
Can you try providing user level access instead of the group and check if that helps?
thanks for the response - I tried that as well, still apparently no luck. Only users who have been assigned the Admin role can see it for some reason.
is "migrate identities" worth giving a try?
Yes, you can give that a try.
Also, have you refreshed security from Planning to Essbase?
Are the filters visible in Essbase?