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PM Cross Plant Authorization Objects

Dear Experts,

My client having two Maintenance Plants XXXX & YYYY ( Logistic Plant = Maintenance Plant = Planning Plant)

I need to restrict cross plant Transaction data & Master data Creation & Editing while allowing cross plant Transaction data & Master data Display.

This is my Requirement

  • Plant XXXX users should not be able to Edit Plant YYYY Maintenance Orders / Notifications / Equipment /Functional Locations and vice versa.
  • Plant XXXX users should be able to Display Plant YYYY Maintenance Orders / Notifications / Equipment /Functional Locations and vice versa.
  • Both Plant XXXX & YYYY users should be able to Display Both plants MM Transaction data & Master data ( eg: MM60 , MB52 )

How can I handle this with standard SAP Authorization objects?

Please advice.

Thanks in Advance

Ashok M

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2015 at 07:54 AM

    Ashok M,

    This should be possible with authorisation object I_IWERK. Talk to your Security/Authorisation Team.


    FAQ: PM/CS Authorisation Objects


    PeteA

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  • Posted on Nov 03, 2015 at 07:05 PM

    Hi Ashok,

    First i suggest you to use transaction SU24 and enter the transactions to check various authorization objects available.

    1. Create / Change of Maintenance orders / Notifications / Equipment / Functional location can be restricted using the Authorization Object I_SWERK

    Need separate roles for different plants

    2. and 3. To restrict the display, you need to check whether setting up a different role for display alone. You need to select all the display transaction and pull into one role, this role provide access to two plants.

    The transaction code you provide in the I_SWERK for the maintenance plant, will restrict the users for gng into the transaction

    Regards

    Terence

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2015 at 07:16 AM

    Thank you all for the valuable inputs

    Ashok M

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