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authorization for 2004s

Hi, SDNs

As in BW3.X the Minimum Authorization Requirements for a reporting user:

S_RS_COMP(Activities 03,06)

S_RS_COMP1(Query owner)

Authorization object representing the InfoProvider of the query(S_RS_ICUBE,S_RS_MPRO,etc.)

S_RFC(Bex Analyzer or Bex Browser only)

S_TCODE(RRMX for Bex Analyzer)

What's the mini authorization requirement for 2004s authorization?

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 06:06 AM

    You still need the objects you mentioned in order to work with queries;however for

    for NW2004s you need S_RSEC object and activation of all 0TCT* infoobjects in order to get you authorizations working with RSECADMIN.

    <b>Pre-requisites -</b>

    1)Activate all business content related to authorizations before

    you get started

    InfoObjects: 0TCA* (and 0TCT* if not done already)

    InfoCubes: 0TCA*

    2. Set the following InfoObjects as "authorization relevant"

    0TCAACTVT

    0TCAIPROV

    0TCAVALID

    0TCAKYFNM (optional, if key figure restriction needed)

    3. Add 0TCAIFAREA as an external hierarchy characteristic

    to 0INFOPROV (optional)

    Hope it Helps

    Chetan

    @CP..

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      If you need to set authorizations based on query level for certain USERS only, then yes you gotta use

      S_RS_COMP / S_RS_COMP1 objects.

      for using RSECADMIN you need 0TCT* objects which has VALUE based authorizations.

      <b>

      The analysis authorizations can be (but do not have to be) assigned by roles.</b> To assign an authorization to a user, it is sufficient to proceed as described below.

      http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/e3/fc8b41b5b3b45fe10000000a1550b0/content.htm

      <b>As an alternative, authorizations can also be assigned using profiles for the authorization object S_RS_AUTH, the entries of which are analysis authorization names</b>. In this way, you can assign authorizations to a user using roles as well using the general role maintenance and the general user maintenance for SAP NetWeaver.

      The input help in the role maintenance for this authorization object provides all existing, defined BI analysis authorizations.

      Mixed scenarios, which mean assignments from roles in addition to the directly assigned authorizations, are also possible

      Hope it Helps

      Chetan

      @CP..

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