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how to check user's authorization?


If there's another way to check user's authorization except T-Code: SUIM, such as if the user has one T-Code, and pull out all T-Code list of one user which authorized to him, thanks!

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2015 at 04:38 AM

    Hi Jiangang,

    You can always use Se16 to find out if the user has access to a particular t code or not or all the t codes user has access to.

    Use table agr_users to find out which roles the user is having.

    Copy these roles and then use the table AGR_1251. Paste the roles user is having in AGR_NAME field. Put S_TCODE against OBJECT field, TCD against Field Put the t code name(Leave the field blank if you want to find if a user is having access to which t codes) in the low field and execute.

    Alternatively you can use SU56 to find if a user has access to any particular t code. Press F5 in t code SU56. Put the user name and auth object as S_TCODE. You will get the list of t codes the user has access to. You will get an output like the below screen. Find the t code using CTRL+F if you want to find a particular t code.

    AGR_1251.JPG (54.9 kB)
    AGR_USERS.JPG (52.4 kB)
    Su56.JPG (91.8 kB)
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