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manual migration to analysis authorization-9

hi BI experts,

the last one:

Is the developer able to see data in InfoProvider via RSA1 without analysis authorization and nothing else got changed in his roles?

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Imberaureus

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2007 at 11:40 AM

    Role based authorization or standared authorization are supported by BI 7.0, its not necessary to Migrate authorizations to analysis authorizations.

    But if you are planning to migrate the complete developements in to Bi 7.0 functionality( fog eg transfer rules to transformation), its suggested to use analysis authorizations.

    But if you are still using role based authorizations in BI 7.0, the developers will be alble to see the data in the info providers.

    (Make sure the execution of display activities of the infoproviders are given to the user, same as existing in 3.x)

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      Hi Srinivas,

      we will migrate and have developments in 3.x and 7.0 versions in the system. We want to migrate manual just one to one. The redesign of authorization will happen later with the experience made by migration.

      Because we migrate only one to one, we would like to have as less as possible work with it.

      Would it be enough to migrate only the custom made reporting authorizations on level InfoObjects and give * to InfoProvider, take acces to button InfoArea via S_RS_FOLD? (We have a strong menubase role concept).

      Can see developers within such a scenario without changes to any roles using S_RS_ISET, S_RS_ODSO, S_RS_ICUBE there autorized data like in the obsolet concept?

      regards

      Imberaureus

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 08:26 AM

    yes

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