Some user class rights are specific to service domains. Users with service domain-specific rights (for example, the right to migrate archive sets) can invoke these rights only within the service domains that their user class is associated with. Rights that are not service domain-specific, however, can be used in any service domain that the user is allowed to work in. For example, the user class right, Undocumented Patch Wizard - Run, is not service domain-specific. This means that users that have this right in one service domain can run the wizard in all the service domains that they can access, including those in which the right is not given. Also, if a user class has an Add right, this generally overrides the absence of an Edit right. For example, if a user class is assigned the Activity Codes - Add right, the user class also has the right to edit existing records, even if the user class has not been assigned the Activity Codes - Edit right.
Another consideration to remember when assigning user class rights is that certain object management functions in Stat, such as running wizards, require that the user possess two rights, one to perform the function itself, and a second right to access the appropriate change management module. For example, to run the Archive Purge Wizard in the PeopleSoft change management module, the user needs the right, Obj Archive Purge Wizard - Run, and the right to access the PeopleSoft module, Change Management Module Access - PS. The remaining module access rights include Change Management Module Access - Generic Apps and Change Management Module Access - Oracle Apps.