UWSC Support - PeopleSoft Role & Page Attributes Mining For Separation of Duties

This KB doc outlines use of the HRS Security developed "Role & Page Attributes Component" in order to mine Peoplesoft page attributes for us to answer three critical questions:

  1. What Peoplesoft pages are classified as configuration
  2. What Peoplesoft pages are associated with each business process so that conflicts can be identified
  3. Who are the business owners of each Peoplesoft page

All of these questions need to be answered for us to complete the following three significant security projects that have been identified by the Legislative Audit Bureau:

  1. Separation of Duties
  2. Configuration Access
  3. Full Functional Access

Using the "Role & Page Attributes Component" to Mine Page Attributes

HRS Security has prepared a comprehensive user's guide that walks an individual through the attribute mining process in detail. This document has been posted here:

The page attribute mining process is explored in the user guide and the following video to help users simplify the mining process.

Role/Page Mining Process:

  1. Access the Production Role Attributes Page
  2. Search Roles
  3. Review Role Information
  4. Review Role Access
  5. Review Page Access
  6. Update Page Attributes
  7. Repeat 5 & 6 For All Pages In The Selected Role

We have put together a short training video that provides a brief overview and demonstrates the process in a testing environment:

If the above video does not work please try the below link:

If you require support using the Role/Page Attributes Process contact: HRS-SECURITY@LISTS.WISC.EDU

Keywords:Separation of Duties, Role Mining, HRS Security, Page attributes, Separation of Duties, Configuration Access, Full Functional Access security awareness   Doc ID:29501
Owner:Ryan L.Group:Human Resource System (HRS)
Created:2013-04-16 14:38 CDTUpdated:2016-09-19 10:00 CDT
Sites:Human Resource System (HRS)
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