A. Your organization is not hierarchical. B. Your organization structure is hierarchical. C. Users have access to data for people in specific areas of the organization. D. You want a flexible way to grant security access to a person outside a department. E. Your security structure is based largely on the organizational department structure. Answer: A, D QUESTION: 100 Your organization is using Tree-based data permission security. How many department security trees must you create? A. none B. one tree C. one tree for every unique Department D. one tree for every unique Business unit E. one tree for every unique Regulatory region F. one tree for every unique SetlD of the Department table Answer: F QUESTION: 101 View the Exhibit of the Department Security tree. Using the Row Security Permission List, the operator is granted access to department 13000. How would you restrict access to department 21000 for this operator? A. Run the Refresh SJT_CLASS_ALL process. B. Inactivate the department in the department table. C. Remove the department from the department tree. D. Assign this department "No Access" in the Security by Permission List. E. You do not need to do anything because the employee was granted access to department 13000. F. Assign this department the Access code value of "No Access" in the Security by Department Tree page.
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