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How can we give read only access for enitre account for a user?

Hi all,

I am facing one issue in my project i.e,

one user gave reference ID to create account in SAP and she said that the reference user has both read and write access

use that user as reference to create my account in SAP and also she mentioned I should be able to access all transactions what reference is using and I want those transactions in read only/ display state.

Kindly please help me to resolve this problem...

Note: we can't make a new role for all those transaction codes what reference has.

Thanks in advance,

Naveen Majety.

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 08:39 AM

    Hi Naveen,


    Note: we can't make a new role for all those transaction codes what reference has.

    this is the only way to achieve this - find or edit role(s) with read-only-activities in all authorization objects and assign them to the user after removing the other roles. If this is not an option for you, you cannot solve your problem (at least not in sap standard).

    Regards

    Thorben

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 07:52 PM

    Hi Naveen,

    If you are allowed to create at least one role, You can try below option for this.

    Find out the list of all Single Roles which is assigned to reference User. Create a new single role and add all the profile of single roles (which is assigned to reference user) to this newly created roles.

    Once you have new role created, remove all the activity from roles keep only display related activity.

    This new role will have all access in display mode which reference user has.

    Thanks-

    Guru

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