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USR40 "table for illegal passwords" - ist there a way to import or upload?

Hi Community,

we have a large list of "illegal passwords" for table "usr40".

Unfortunately copy&paste in transaction "sm30" only inserts entries into the visible lines - all other values are cut off.

Has anybody experiences with mass import/upload in "usr40"?

Thanks for sharing any ideas and solutions.


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  • Best Answer
    Apr 21, 2017 at 02:48 PM

    At your E-stage you can use a function module called SE16N_INTERFACE.

    With that one you can edit the table (set crosses to I_EDIT & I_SAPEDIT, you can copy and paste from Excel). Then you can transport it to your production system.

    Regards and nice weekend

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    • In systems with "SAP_APPL (Logistics and Accounting Software Component)" installed SE37 and SE16N_INTERFACE is a way to solve the issue:

      • USR40 in I_TAB, X to I_EDIT & I_SAPEDIT
      • export current table to spreadsheet (Excel)
      • add new values in Excel
      • copy and paste new table ("Insert Row") and Save
      • a few days later transport to production System

      Does anyone know a similar way for systems without SAP_APPL Software Component?

  • Apr 21, 2017 at 03:40 PM

    I haven't used this with USR40 specifically, but for tedious/repetitive configuration activities I use batch input recording, and depending on what additional authorizations I have - LSMW or mail merge.


    I would not use se16n_interface, unless this is a sandbox and there is absolutely no other alternative to solve a problem - whatever you maintain in this way, gets recorded, and your system administrator will come asking questions :)

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  • May 04, 2017 at 09:48 AM

    could you transport the table of it's same across your landscape?

    If not it's probably quicker to cope paste from xls a few rows at the time rather than build something programmatically. Next bit is record ecatt or lsmw

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