Wednesday, February 1, 2012

query to check profile options at all levels

Values of a profile option

It is sometimes hard to know where a profile option is set. A user might have a profile option set, an application, responsibility, and these might result in unexpected results. The following prompts for the profile name that a user sees. You could also query for the internal profile code instead by using the column a.profile_option_name instead.
select
b.user_profile_option_name "Long Name"
, a.profile_option_name "Short Name"
, decode(to_char(c.level_id),'10001','Site'
,'10002','Application'
,'10003','Responsibility'
,'10004','User'
,'Unknown') "Level"
, decode(to_char(c.level_id),'10001','Site'
,'10002',nvl(h.application_short_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'10003',nvl(g.responsibility_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'10004',nvl(e.user_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'Unknown') "Level Value"
, c.PROFILE_OPTION_VALUE "Profile Value"
, c.profile_option_id "Profile ID"
, to_char(c.LAST_UPDATE_DATE,'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI') "Updated Date"
, nvl(d.user_name,to_char(c.last_updated_by)) "Updated By"
from
apps.fnd_profile_options a
, apps.FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_VL b
, apps.FND_PROFILE_OPTION_VALUES c
, apps.FND_USER d
, apps.FND_USER e
, apps.FND_RESPONSIBILITY_VL g
, apps.FND_APPLICATION h
where
--a.application_id = nvl(401, a.application_id)
--and a.profile_option_name = nvl('INV', a.profile_option_name)
b.user_profile_option_name like '&ProfileName' -- 'AFLOG_ENABLED'
and a.profile_option_name = b.profile_option_name
and a.profile_option_id = c.profile_option_id
and a.application_id = c.application_id
and c.last_updated_by = d.user_id (+)
and c.level_value = e.user_id (+)
and c.level_value = g.responsibility_id (+)
and c.level_value = h.application_id (+)
order by
b.user_profile_option_name, c.level_id,
decode(to_char(c.level_id),'10001','Site'
,'10002',nvl(h.application_short_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'10003',nvl(g.responsibility_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'10004',nvl(e.user_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'Unknown');

4 comments:

mogal afzal said...

Thanks for the post.
Could you pls suggest how to pass payroll_id using the profile option.

Regards,
Afzal.

lycemail said...

Thanks very helpful

Anand... said...

Hello Sairam,

This is very helpful one .

Thank You,
Anand Rao P

Alternative Standpoint said...

Thank you !!!