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Support for Business Unit Security for Account Classifier Hierarchies

The user has the business unit to see account classifier hierarchy or geography and read-only or full access.
An administrator specifies a business unit on account classifier hierarchy to prevent other administrators from inadvertently modify the account classifier hierarchy. The application of the users differentiated with read-only and full access to a business unit when considering whether to view/edit an account classifier hierarchy.

The entry criteria is as follows:
  1. Log in with write access to the business unit 
  2. Navigate to the account classifier hierarchy workspace
  3. Create a new account classifier hierarchy and add the allotted business units to it and save

Note: The users with at least read-only access to the business unit can see and open the view details of the account classifier hierarchy in the Account Classifier Hierarchy workspace list. He can view the account classifier hierarchy details, hierarchy levels, and the node details.











Note: The users with write access can run, refresh, edit the account classifier hierarchy and create a scenario or version.




When a business unit is associated with an account classifier hierarchy with the administrators who have that business unit can view the account classifier hierarchy in the Account Classifier Hierarchy workspace list. With full access to the business unit, the administrator can open and view the details or hierarchy levels, update them and create a scenario or version of the account classifier hierarchy. With full access to the business unit, he can also pre-calculate rules and run the future scheduled account classifier hierarchy.

The administrator uses the same UX construct as in the territory program detail while adding a business unit. He has access to add the business units allotted to him, as well as, any or none.

If an account classifier hierarchy has a business unit, it can not only consider accounts with the matching business unit. It can act on any account.