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How to Control Asset Change (AS02) by Asset View

We have attempted to give selective change access in AS02 using Asset View in SPRO. We have modified one of the existing view's Authorization for Master Data Fields. We have selected the desired fields for Display and Maintenance.

In testing, security has assigned the view to a test user. However, when the test user goes to AS02, they are able to change all fields visible for the Asset Class and are not restricted by the selections in the assigned Asset View.

Is there a step that we are missing to enforce the Asset View's authorizations?

Thank you.

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2019 at 10:30 AM

    Hello Yousuf,

    It's very hard to control someone changing without knowing in asset master field through AS02. But you can control like this

    1. Restrict AS02 t.code for all the users, you can give access for the selected users.

    2. Create z program for the Asset Master change approval. If suppose anyone want change asset master, he/she are need to take approval from authorized person.

    Many Thanks



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  • Posted on Jul 04, 2019 at 05:32 AM


    when you start as02 system checks ALL views assigned to user and choose the first with smallest number (from 1) not the view in the current rule.

    check the rules assigned to test user, change the views to bigger number then the one you modified or remove this rules.



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  • Posted on Jul 04, 2019 at 09:15 AM

    Basically, this can be achieved through the Authorizations (Basis and Security).

    But if you are not able to achieve it through Authorizations, then use the Screen Variant functionality (SHD0) and achieve it.

    Go through the below blog which gives you full details.



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