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Report authorization

Hi. COuld You give me some advice how to set authorization for report (from GRR3, 1VK library)?

I've created 2 reports in GRR1 and I want to give right for modifying and displying it for 1 man. But it's very important when he enter GRR2 he can not modify other reports. How to set that?

It would be excellent if user enters GRR2 and can see only those 2 reports.

Greetings. P.

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2007 at 09:07 AM

    The protection of reports is set up according to the same principle

    as the protection of tables, only that SAP® does not provide

    many standard assignments. The assignment to users succeeds

    with the authorization object S_PROGRAM. The authorization object

    consists of two fields. First the field User action ABAP/4® program

    and secondly the field authorization group ABAP/4® program.

    The assignment succeeds with the latter.

    You can get an overview of the already maintained assignments

    with the table TRDIR via transaction code SE16N.

    An authorization group would be entered to the field

    SECU (authorization group).

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      Thanks for replying. I'm new in SAP so I have further questions.

      1. So do You think I can use S_PROGRAM to give a user permission to modify and display only those 2 raports?

      2. What's the 'authorization group'? Which transaction is for maintaining it?

      3. In the field 'User action' there are only BTCSUBMIT, SUBMIT and VARIANT properties. So how to set action of modifying and displying?

      4. How to get the report-object name? I can only get the driver-program name (from system info)

      Greetings

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