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Inactive authorization objects after patch upgrade

Hello all,

I've upgraded the version of all the patches of my 4.6C system, but I've a problem.

Now, I can see by PFCG t-code that a group of roles have objects of authorization inactive and I cannot remove and add again in the role.

A strange thing because if I go to SU25 t-code and I revise all the roles affected by the patches (specially one of the affected), I see the role fine but waiting to be adjusted. If I try to adjust the role by this transaction, the result is unsuccesful. I go after this to PFCG transaction and the objects are inactive.

Is strange, it seems that I've the role duplicated, in PFCG transaction I see the "bad" role with inactive objects and in SU25 transaction I see the "good" role waiting to be adjusted.

Anyone knows what's my problem ??

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Albert Plaza

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 02:05 PM

    Hi,

    Run the report AGR_CHECK_AUTHS_DUPLICATES.

    Rgds,

    Raghu Boddu

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    • Former Member

      Hello,

      thanks for the answer.

      I've executed the report and I've 4 or 5 roles with duplicated authorizations, but neither of them are my roles with objects inactive.

      Anyway, I don't know that's my problem.

      I would like to know if it's normal to see my role different by PFCG and SU25 and if anyone know how fix it.

      That's really strange !!!

      Regards,

      Albert

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