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Unable to Create 'Lock' Records

Dear Experts,

We have implemented (1) Structural Authorization, (2) Personnel Number Check plus (3) lock/unlock authorization for monetary infotypes in HR module. Current issue: users are able to create lock records but not able to change the existing records (unlock records) with the following error message:

“No maintenance authorization for Recurring Payments/Deductions … at Personnel number …. exists”

According to the Functional Team, user should be able to change existing records and the updated record will be a 'locked' record. SU53 results seems misleading (the missing authorization listed in the report has already being granted) and no missing authorization traced via ST01. Appreciate if you could advise where should I start to investigation further?

Best regards.

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  • Posted on May 23, 2013 at 06:30 AM


    it is really strange, that the ST01 result differs from the SU53 result.

    Please countercheck once more. Please check the timestamps of the failed checks in su53 - do they match to the execution of the t-code in question?

    Does SU53 say something like 'authorization assigned but not in buffer'?

    Which t-code are you talking about? PA20 or a FI-transaction?

    b.rgds, Bernhard

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