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how to assign t codes

i got a request to assign a tcode to a user in a production system ,

i cannot create new role for this t code,

so how can i view the particular authorisation of that t code.

or what i the procedure of doing this,

please let me know

thanks in advance

akshat

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  • Oct 17, 2007 at 10:33 AM

    Find a suitable role and add the transaction via the menu part of PFCG.

    Then go into authorization maintenance and check the values.

    With transaction SU24, you can check which default values will be pulled into the role by doing that, and change them if you find them not to be suitable.

    I don't know enough about your architecture, but I suggest you do that in DEV, transport the role to QAS and let the user test, then transport to PRD on success.

    Also keep in mind that all users that already have that role will get access to the new transaction!

    And lastly, my standard recommendation to visit the ADM940 SAP training where you can learn more details around authorization management.

    Hope that helps,

    Frank.

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    Oct 17, 2007 at 11:38 AM

    Another way round:

    Open the Role for the user in PFCG in which you want to assign the tcode in edit mode.

    Go to Menu Tab-- ->Click the Add Transaction Button ->Add the Tcode Save.

    This will automatically add the required Auth objects for the said tcode.

    Pl award suitably.

    Regards

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Yes,

      But you dont assign tcode to users rather u assign it to a role and then assign the role to a user.

      Another way is you create a role with the particular tcode and assign it to the user concerned.

      Regards

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    Oct 18, 2007 at 10:22 PM

    Ask your SAP security administrator 😊

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      I echo John's response.

      A security admin will know how to do this; if <i></i> <i>you</i> are the security admin, I strongly recommend learning the basics of security before even touching anything.

      Go to SAP help, look up authorization concept, look at the "Authorizations Made Easy book".