Specifies whether accounts in the application are

Specifies whether accounts in the application are

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UseSecurityForAccounts Specifies whether accounts in the application are protected by security. Specify Y for security on accounts and N for no security. UseSecurityForCustom1, UseSecurityForCustom2, UseSecurityForCustom3, UseSecurityForCustom4 Specifies whether custom dimensions in the application are protected by security. Specify Y for security on custom dimensions and N for no security on custom dimensions. UseSecurityForEntities Specifies whether entities in the application are protected by security. Specify Y for security on entities and N for no security on entities. UseSecurityForICP Specifies whether ICP members in the application are protected by security. Specify Y for security on ICP members and N for no security on ICP members. UseSecurityForScenarios Specifies whether scenarios are protected by security. Specify Y for security on scenarios and N for no security on scenarios. UseSubmissionPhase Specifies whether phased submissions in process management are used in the application. Valid values are Y or N. Default is N. ValidationAccount Specifies the account name to use for validation. The account used for validation must be an existing account and must have a valid intersection with [ICPTop] in the Custom dimensions. In process management, validation accounts are used to ensure that the value equals zero before a process unit can be promoted to the next review level. Validation account is used for Submission Phase 1, and Validation Accounts 2 to 9 are used for Submission Phases 2 to 9. Organization by Period The organization by period functionality enables the most recent consolidation structure to coexist with past structures in the same application. 86 Managing Metadata
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Organizational structures can change for many reasons, including acquisitions, disposals, mergers, and reorganizations. To support organizational changes, Financial Management uses a system account, Active, to reflect the active or inactive consolidation status of a child into its parent. The Active account acts as a filter of the entity hierarchy. The Active account is an intercompany account that stores data at the parent level and uses the ICP dimension to store information about children. For an ICP member that corresponds to a child of a parent, the Active account indicates to the system whether the child should be considered as an active consolidation member for the current year, scenario, and time period. Children that correspond to ICP members for which the Active account is equal to 0 are considered to be inactive children and are not consolidated. Children that correspond to ICP members for which the Active account is equal to 1 are considered to be active children and are consolidated. Active account values can be viewed or changed in data grids. Similarly, changes to active child data affect the parent, while changes to inactive child data does not affect the parent.
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