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Autho. not getting active

Hi All,

Eg. I want to debug the program which gives me some error. so /h was not autho. for me. Then from another session I have given the autho for debug( and refresh). again started the transaction and it worked. but I have found that for some autho. it did not work. I have to logoff and logon again to take the effect.

So could anybody clear these issue as what autho. will take effect while logoff/logn and which will take effect just by refreshing in the sap main menu.?

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:44 AM

    Auth/new_buffering is the profile parameter which controls the updating the authorizations in user buffers.

    if this profile parameter is 4 then there is no need of logoff, the authorization changes gets activited immediately for the user but it doesn't update the user menu with the new transactionsyou given thru the new role, for that you need to refresh the menu.

    the only purpose of refreshing the menu is, to update the user menu with the transactions that comes in with the new roles you added to the user.

    as far i know, this parameter is given 4 by default by SAP from 6.10. so there is no reason of logoff necessary if you are above 6.10.

    check with sapnote 209899.

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