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SU24 Proposal 'NO'

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It might be a silly question. But I could find a proper answer for this and an ABAP-er it needs some to find an answer for this. Can someone help me here

In SU24, why we have the Proposal 'NO' details? I understand that they are just values which is not pulled into the authorization while the T-code is added to menu. But, then where are these being used? When it is required? Ex: In SU01, S_ARCHIVE is set as 'NO'. For what functionality of SU01 this authorization object is required?

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2016 at 06:46 AM
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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 09:33 PM

    Each object is needed for specific functionality.

    In your example of SU01, If you see Change documents of user, you can read from archive. Here is where it will be checked.

    So there is direct or indirect relations to functions within transactions.

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    Imtiaz

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