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Tcode authorization without any role or profile

Hi Experts ,

Can you please suggest on authorization issue , if observed that one Tcode not given in to any roles or profile but some user still using this authorization.

When I checked role and profile for such user using the SUIM still it shows no data.

So is there any other way to assign direct Tcode without using any role or profile.

Thanks in advance .

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    Posted on May 31, 2014 at 06:00 AM

    Hi Gajanan

    Does it show up in the user buffer? Did you notice it in a trace with RC=0 on a call transaction?

    What have you checked so far?

    Regards

    Colleen

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2014 at 11:27 PM

    not sure how you are using SUIM to check, just to be sure, use the complex selection method or the authorization values method. the by transaction method only check for transactions that were added via the menu.

    look for object= S_TCODE, value=(the transaction code)

    SUIM will then calculate if the transaction code was added manually and as part of a wild card or a range.

    i.e. if the transaction was MM02 it will be accessible if the S_TCODE had

    wild card value M*, MM*, MM0* or

    range value A*-Z*

    Otherwise, it is possible that it was called indirectly and the BADI does not perform a S_TCODE check.

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    Posted on May 31, 2014 at 07:06 AM

    Hi Gajanan,

    Please check if you have assigned reference user to some users?

    Also answers Colleen's questions to give us more clarity.

    BR,

    Mangesh

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