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End user need to Create Materials using Bdc without Authorization.


I need some suggestions, Facing one problem,

My Client is Creating almost 500 materials, Every day. They don't want to Create through the manually.

From different department people are need the materials Not a single person Creating the materials. We decided to Given bdc for creating the material.

For fixing the properties of the materials. While restricting the Material properties, We don't want to give MM01 Authorization to the users.

I Completed Recording And Checking in Quality. But while executing the T-code it is saying No Authorization.
I hope They don't have authorization. How could these people create the materials Without authorization.

Need Valuable suggestions.

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2016 at 12:18 PM

    Just a wild idea..

    1. Create a custom table that contains the data the users entered (via a custom report to their liking).
    2. Create a second report that runs in a job and uses the records in the custom table to create the material.
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  • Posted on Apr 23, 2016 at 07:24 AM


    Have you tried SM01. Search your transaction MM01 there and marked it as locked.

    Hope this will help

    Enjoy SAP



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