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Authorization concept for the operating SAP staff after Go-live

Dear all,

we are implementing SAP FI and CO. We will have three systems (development, Quality, Production).

1)Customizing is supposed to be done in development only. However, we will need to be able to view the customizing in the production client as well. What is best practice to achieve this? Is there a role /authorization object which only can configure "IMG-allowed to read"?

in the development client, we will need to distiguish the following roles: developer including transports, customizer, and authorization administrator.

2) Are there any SAP standard roles with which you can distinguish these roles?

thank you very much for your support.

best regards Timo

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 02:00 PM

    There is no standard IMG display only role.

    Even with all of the SOX requirements out there so I guess you will need to build this from scratch.

    You also need to make sure you look at all of the information and not just at a t code level as you need to make sure the authorization levels are display rather than maintain.

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  • Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 02:06 PM

    hi Timo,

    if customizing is display or change mode, it depends on client settings. If client is NOT set to C (Customizing), than you cannot change anything in SPRO of that client.

    hope this helps

    ec

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