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to find SAP profile parameter status(obsolute or Active) in SAP

HI Experts,

We have a requirement to find the obsolute security profile parameter in the system.

How can we check this?

I have already used RSPFPAR and RSPARAM , but couldn't get the reuqired information?

Also some of the security parameter are in RSPARAM but when we expanded the parameter, we could see a message that this parameter is not in sapparam.c file.

Can you please let me know if any other way to find the obsolute parameters in SAP system.

Thanks in advance.



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  • Posted on May 27, 2013 at 12:56 PM

    That's tricky for several reasons...

    - not all active parameters are defined in the Kernel (sapparam.c)

    - not all active profile parameters have a definition in RZ11

    - some existing parameters should not be used depending on the environment (e.g. see note 1345121)

    Try RZ10 -> Check (F7) to inspect you profile parameter files.

    Kind regards


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  • Posted on May 28, 2013 at 06:45 AM

    Hello Julius,

    Have you try RSUSR003 program? You can execute it with the option 'Display Profile Parameter' and it will show you the profile parameters related with security.

    Best regards.

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