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How to secure generated files?

Our legal department wants to generate intellectual property files in our BI system for analytics and reporting, but wants us to ensure that no one will be able to access these files via SE16 table display or similar transactions.  The files will not be transported, but generated with random names and prefixed with /BIC/ or /BI0/, so we are almost sure that we will not be able to create and prematurely add the files to S_TABU_DIS authorization groups.   Does anyone have any ideas on what to do about this issue?

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    Aug 27, 2013 at 06:54 AM

    Hi Dale,

    Please get the confirmation on the following:

    Where are these files getting generated? Are these files getting generated directly in BI System?

    Normally BI system contains data for analytics, i.e data will be pushed from other systems lets say ECC, R3 Systems and the subsequent fields will be mapped in BI system.

    Regards,

    Ramakrishna Dadi

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    • Former Member Former Member

      The table does not have to exist (yet) to maintain s_tabu_nam.

      So you can work out the name (spaces) from the DSOs and enter them. The authorization will not be destroyed together with the table...

      Cheers,

      Julius