You are Not Setup as a Worker. To Access This Form You Need To Be a Worker

You are Not Setup as a Worker. To Access This Form You Need To Be a Worker

Below is the note shown by application while normal user trying to access a form.
"You are not setup as a worker. To access this form you need to be a worker." That means when you dont have permission to access the form, it will raise. Generally we see this while opening Purchase Order Form.


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We need to create employee and setup as a worker/buyer to solve.


Steps to setup user as worker/buyer:

Step1: Navigate to Human Resources->People->Enter and Maintain
Provide all mandatory details in People form. Select Person Types as Employee(Use Action lov to get this) . Save the changes.


You are Not Setup as a Worker. To Access This Form You Need To Be a Worker, askHareesh blog for Oracle Apps

Step2: Navigate to Purchasing->Setup->Personnel->Buyers

This opens Buyers OA page. Click on Add Buyer button and add the person created in last step as a Buyer. Save Changes.


You are Not Setup as a Worker. To Access This Form You Need To Be a Worker, askHareesh blog for Oracle Apps


You are Not Setup as a Worker. To Access This Form You Need To Be a Worker, askHareesh blog for Oracle Apps

Step3: Navigate to System Administrator->Security->User->Define

It opens Users form. Query your preferred user details.


You are Not Setup as a Worker. To Access This Form You Need To Be a Worker, askHareesh blog for Oracle Apps

Add person created in the previous steps to this user. Save Changes.


You are Not Setup as a Worker. To Access This Form You Need To Be a Worker, askHareesh blog for Oracle Apps

Step4: Problem has been resolved, now you may open your form.
Navigate back to Purchasing->Purchase Orders->Purchase Orders
Now application allow you to see Purchase Order form with out any notes.

You are Not Setup as a Worker. To Access This Form You Need To Be a Worker, askHareesh blog for Oracle Apps



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