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VA02 User exit - authorization (AND same requirement for IW32)

I require user exits in VA02 and IW32 that allows me to stop some users profile from changing Sales Orders and Service Orders.

Our idea is to create an Autorization object and asign it to a user profile.

When users try to Modify a Sales order or a Service Order, system should verify authorization object first. If not then user cannot access to the document.

User exits should be available when document is going to be open, not after opening (meaning that user exits where saving do not work either).

Thanks for your help

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 04:50 AM

    hi,

    check with the basis consultant if the restriction on hte object can be put using authorisations. if not then the same will have to the done using exits. check this one mv45afzz.

    saurabh

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 05:02 AM

    If you require some user to use VA02 or IW32 then at the t-code level you can set the authorization.

    But when you say "User exits should be available when document is going to be open, not after opening", it is confusing.

    Userexit works only after the document is "opened"

    You can try fieldexit.

    This weblog (/people/ashish.mohapatra/blog/2007/11/28/sd-userexit--i) may also be helpful to you.

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