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Post ECC6, Enhancement Pack 6, FBV1 does not allow users to Park a Document in a Co Code they do not have access to.

Hi All,

I'm looking for some help on an issue which has occurred recently since we have upgraded from ECC6 ENP4 to ENP6 (Netweaver 731).

Previously, all users were able to Park documents to a Co Code e.g. XXX, even if they only had access in their own buffer to Co Code YYY.

Since ENP6 however, these users are unable to Park the documents. They are failing on F_BKPF_BUK, ACTVT 77 for the Co Code in question.

When I traced this in the old test system to see how they were getting the access previously, it was getting this access through a back-door the old chestnut REASON = B:

http://scn.sap.com/message/10444408


ENP6 is forcing the transaction FBV1 to call this object properly now which for us is a problem.

Does anyone know a way around this? I cannot give these users access to the Co Codes not in their specific grouping (apart from EAM which is only short-term and not ideal anyway).

This is also causing a knock-on problem with transactions VA01 and VF01.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Regards,

Colin


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    Nov 27, 2013 at 05:57 PM

    Hi,

    Is there really nobody out there with this problem? It's a big problem for us (but we have a lot of Co Codes in the organisation).

    I have an OSS Message open with SAP but they're slow to come back.

    Regards,

    Colin

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      Rama,

      We have Post authorisations locked down in separate roles. This is why our business is happy for all users in centralised financial operations (split into three main Company Code groupings) to be able to Park in any other Co Code.

      Mistakes will always happen and will be reversed by the relevant users.

      Thanks again for your input.

      Regards,

      Colin