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Default User Parameters in SAP SOLUTION MANAGER 7.1

Hi,

I want some default parameters automatically be assigned to new users when they are created instead of manually adding every time in su01 transaction code. Do you know how to configure this?

SAP SOLUTION MANAGER 7.1

SAP_BASIS 702 0012 SAPKB70212 SAP Basis Component

I try settings in SSM_CUST for user-exit Z_USERS_TRANSFER and SAP_USERS_TRANSFER, but it's don't work.

Thank you.

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2014 at 08:36 AM

    Until 7.02 it is not working because of your code (you must post your code). As of 7.31 it will not work because SAP has replaced them with BADIs (those exits are simply ignored).

    Cheers,

    Julius

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      You are trying to change a user which does has not been created yet? Perhaps if you react to the message of the return then you will see that.

      Anyway, the parameters are a tables parameter of the BAPI and you are not importing any data into the table. You are only populating defaults and logon and address data...

      I think I am a bit closer now to understanding now why SAP deprecated these exits... :-) Have you seen the new BADIs? (Class SUID_IDENTITY). But you are ina fix on SOLMAN as you cannot go to higher than 7.02 at the moment... :-(

      Cheers,

      Julius

  • Posted on Jun 11, 2014 at 08:56 AM

    Just a question / hint - Why not use template users with predefined settings?

    And, if you are willing to put in some development: Why not develop a report which distributes parameters in general even for users who are already created / or for parameters which have to be changed. This should be far more flexible for future changes.

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