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Failed to create job BPC_PKG when specific users execute package

Sep 21, 2017 at 06:51 PM

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Hello experts!

I'm testing some users roles in BPC and I'm getting the error attached when some users try to execute a package.

The problem is that the user has "run package" and "run admin package" tasks assigned and we can only run packages if the users has "SAP_ALL" (which we can't assign to all users).

Also we've tried to replicate this issue in another server, but we don't have any issue so we believe this might be a basis mather.

We already checked note 2096535 but the roles were consistent and there is not a problem related with RFC or sysadmin users.

I'd appreciate a lot if anyone has idea of how to solve this issue.

Regards,

Nidia

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Vadim Kalinin Sep 21, 2017 at 07:10 PM
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"might be a basis matter" - yes!

Something was done incorrectly during bpc installation. Please check all steps according to installation guide!

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Lucas Costa Sep 21, 2017 at 08:28 PM
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Hi Nidia,

If you can execute with SAP_ALL is definitely a security issue.

Run t-code SU53 in BW immediately after reproducing the issue in BPC.

It will give you the missing authorisation objects.

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Alan Guillermo Valenzuela Amezquita Sep 22, 2017 at 08:21 PM
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Hi, try to creating a new package, and put "User Package", and try again... Maybe

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Have you read the original question?

"the user has "run package" and "run admin package" tasks assigned"


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Yes I did it, I just trying to help, giving other options. I do not know if that's a problem for you.

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Alan Guillermo Valenzuela Amezquita

If user has the right to run user and admin packages then the proposal to check "user package" is simply useless (other option is not equal to useless option)! The issue is not here.

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