Because of the importance of data security, SFS users have restricted access and ability to act on data in the system.
Depending on the function that is being performed in the system, data security uses one of the following two tools to limit users:
Nearly all transaction entry and approval tasks are limited by this list. It controls what Business Units, SetIDs, and Ledgers are available to users to create transactions against and approve. For more information about Primary Permission Lists review our overview presentation, Understanding How Security Works in SFS.
Users may be granted limited ability to review data from Business Units, SetIDs or Ledgers to which they would not otherwise have access. Generally, the tools used prohibit a user from updating any of the data that is retrieved.