The Role tab is designed to let you specify the role that will read, write, and/or execute the item type.(Unfortunately, these security features are not currently active, so you will need to test them in future versions.) Select the Access tab.The red bar, shaded or crossed, represents the access level that can edit objects in the Oracle Workflow Builder. You can select combinations of the two options to preserve customizations and lock in at this access level, or to generate different access levels.If both options are checked, you can see that the three levels—Customization, Access, and Protection—are all at 100.Attributes are information and properties regarding the item type.Each item will have its own set of attribute values.Double-click on the attribute to see the properties of the activity.
If neither option is checked, any access level can update objects.
Notice that you cannot change the internal name field anymore.
Click on the Access tab and check both the Preserve Customizations option and the Lock at this Access Level option (see Figure 4). All items that have the same item type share the same set of attributes.
Customization is at level 0 and protection is at level 1000.
The red bar will have a crossed pattern if Allow modifications of customized objects is checked.