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error in object editing

Dear All,

I am new in SAP and I was trying to start with basic steps in ABAP. I installed SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP Developer Edition SP02 7.51 and when I was trying to create 'ZEMPLOYEE' table in SE11 transaction, I received following error:

'No changes for user SAP* allowed; Choose 'Display object' or 'Cancel'.

Message no. TK690

Diagnosis

User SAP* cannot change Repository or Customizing objects.

System Response

The function terminates and the system branches to the object display.

Procedure

Make your changes as a user with the required authorization.'

It seems that I have no authorization. My question is, what should I do with my account to get this authorization?

Best regards,

Marek

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  • Posted on May 17 at 11:16 AM

    Hi Marek Kaszuba

    Try copying the SAP* user to any other user of your choice using SU01 transaction. Then assign SAP_ALL to it. Re-login with the new user and try again.

    Regards,

    Mateusz
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  • Posted on May 24 at 03:24 PM

    Hi Mateusz,

    Thank you for the links. It seems that I was using wrong user. According to Newbies Guide: Installing AS ABAP 7.52 SP01 user SAP* is only for admin purposes. I used user BWDEVELOPER and now I can proceed with learning.

    Thanks once again!

    Regards,

    Marek

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  • Posted on May 24 at 09:10 AM

    Hello Mateusz Adamus,

    Thank you for checking my issue. As you have suggested I copied user SAP* to new user MK1. On the first screenshot you will see that SAP_ALL is already assigned.

    Unfortunately after creation of new user I receive another error while trying to create a table:

    Probably I will need access key but not sure how to get one. I am registered as p-user on SAP portal.

    Regards,

    Marek


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