We’re upgrading from IFS Applications 9 to IFS Cloud. Along the way, the scripts drop the Oracle accounts for our end users.
The application is missing a lot of reporting capabilities, and without the SQL Query Tool, we’d like to give read-only access to the database so certain users can get their work done.
How do you recommend we go about granting read-only database access?
From an ASFU licensing perspective, can I use two different usernames for the same named user, to keep the FND user and Oracle user segregated?