Hyperion Planning Application Owner – View or Change

How can we determine which user is the owner of a Planning application? How can we change which user owns the application?

Only one user can be the owner of a Planning application. That user has all the ordinary rights of an administrator user, plus the additional rights to delete the application.

The user who created the application originally (or deployed it from EPMA originally) is the initial owner. Only that user can hand over ownership to another administrator user. To hand over the ownership (assuming you know who the owner is):

  1. Log into the Planning application with the application owner
  2. Administration > Application > Settings
  3. At the bottom of this page is a menu that allows the owner to hand over the ownership to any other provisioned administrator for this application. Only the owner can see this menu.

If you do not know who the owner is, the easiest way to determine this is by looking in the Planning application database schema. You can also change ownership directly in the tables, although we recommend that it is changed via the user interface, as above.

  1. Before making any manual changes to the relational repository please ensure that you have a working backup of the database.
  2. Look at the contents of the HSP_USERS table. The owner has a ROLE value of 3. Ordinary administrators have a ROLE of 0.
  3. Make a note of the USER_ID of the user with a ROLE of 3.
  4. Look in the HSP_OBJECT table for a record with an OBJECT_ID that matches the USER_ID recorded in the previous step.
  5. This record’s OBJECT_NAME is the user name of your application owner.

If you want to reset ownership you can change the ROLE of an existing administrator to 3, and set the current owner’s role to 0. As above, you will need to look at the HSP_OBJECT table to work out which user corresponds to which USER_ID.

Restart the Planning service after modifying the database in order for the changes to take effect.




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