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SAP PA 61 Authorisation

Hi All,

I need advice on the following :

I have two different users (User A and User B) that are currently using a standard screen PA 30

The diffrent between these two users are User A have full authorisation access to do the transaction.

Meanwhile user B is only allow to create leave for their cost center only.

Because we are not using a standard screen, we implemented PA61 where by user B will allow to create the staff leave according to given cost center

However during implementation, I identified that user can change and delete.

Is there a way in a standard screen to deactivate this two icon header such as change or delete

If this is impossible can authorisation level help to allow user to only create leaves

Some one help me

Thank you



















or delete

in the header document or is there an authorization level where only
the second user only can create the document.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 18, 2013 at 09:05 AM

    trace user b activities with st01 and assign objects result with special role for him

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2013 at 04:47 AM

    Hi,

    what you can do is work with transaction variants to create a new pa30 or pa61 where you deactivate some buttons (like modify or delete).

    A document can be found here: creation of transaction variant

    Hope this helps.

    Kr,

    Tom

    PS: on a side note: if the user creates a new leave record and there is already an existing leave record, nothing will prevent him from overwriting (i.e. delete or change) an existing record...

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 01:59 PM

    Hi Sundralingam

    I see that there is lot of healthy discussion going on.. let me know if u do the same steps to achieve the possible outcomes, as Tom & Mithun explained it quite well.

    Cheers😉

    Pradyp

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