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WBS element in work order

I would like to restrict users to choose WBS elements in work order (in settlement rule and Addit.data - WBS element) depending on WBS type (project type - PRPS - PRART) - does anybody know how to solve it using authorization objects?

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:34 PM

    Hi,

    Please use the following steps as reference:

    1.Go to T-Code pfcg

    2.Create a Role by giving a name say “ZPSTEST”

    3.Click on Authorization tab

    4.You will be asked to save the profile first

    5.Go to “ Change authorization data”

    6.Choose “SAP_ALL” and adopt reference.

    7.Confirm “ Yes” to insert all authorization

    8.Go and expand the link “project system”

    9.Expand the link “ PS: Project Manager for Project Definition”

    10.Here you will see two fields “ Activity for Authorization che” and Number of responsible per”

    11.Click on change button on the first field.

    12.Here click on “Cancel full authorization”

    13.Now, here you can choose what all functions you want to assign for this authorization Role.

    14.Choose say “ Display” and save

    15.Click on “ Number of responsible person” and choose any person , say “ XYZ”

    16.Now the authorization role is ready. This setting will ensure that any person who is assigned this role will only be able to “Display” the projects , if the responsible person is “XYZ”

    17.Go back to the pervious screen. In the process” Generate” the profile also.

    18.Once you are in “Change Roles” Screen, go to tab “USER”. Here you can assign this role ZPSTEST to various users.

    Reward points if useful.

    Regards

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