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Authorization Object used in Infoset

We have a authorization object that is working with our InfoProviders, but now we have added a Infoset to our Data Model, and the authorization object is not working with the Infoset. The Infoset was added to the Role, but the user is being allowed to see all values of the authorizatin object. The user is not being limited to the specific value which is associated with the user in that Role...

Anyone have any ideas?

I have tried RSSM but I am unable to add the Authorization Object to an Infoset with this transaction.

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  • Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 02:48 PM

    I assume that the authorisation relevant infoobject exists in the InfoSet you created ?!

    Have you switched on the authorisation object against the infoset in RSSM ?

    If your InfoSet contains the authorisation relevant object then it will be listed in here, but not enabled by default.

    Let us know how you go on.

    Regards

    Craig

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 11:43 AM

    Hi,

    InfoSets are protected by the authorization object <b>S_RS_ISET</b>. This authorization object protects the InfoSet by the InfoArea. Addtional protection includes the activity and protecting the InfoSet at definition time as well as access to the data. A reporting user will need activity 03 with access to look at the data. The following fields are in <b>S_RS_ISET</b>:

    • InfoArea: InfoArea user should access

    • InfoSet: InfoSet user should access.

    • Activity: For a reporting user, should be display (03).

    • Subobject: For a reporting user, should be 'DATA'.

    The fields for this object are similar to S_RS_ICUBE and S_RS_ODSO. They all

    access by InfoArea, activity (display), and access to the data.

    This is coming from the TBW40 course.

    regards,

    Raymond Baggen

    Uphantis bv

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 10:05 AM

    Hai,

    We too have the same prob. Did u find the solution for this?

    Regards,

    Neha Solanki

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