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How do I know what transactions are added Roles in System

All,

We have FI guys requesting different transactions.

To stop this and keep track of this,

I need to ffind out what transactions have been adde to each FI role ?

Is there any report out there that would tell me what new transactions have been added to all

Customized FI roles ?

Please advise.

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 10:02 PM

    What 'new' transactions have been added / changes to the profiles or roles, you could use SUIM -> Change Documents -> Roles or Profiles.

    If you would like to see all the transactions executable for a User/ Profile/ Role, Use Transactions under SUIM.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Snehal

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      Hello PT,

      Feel free to flame consultants in general, as well as auditors, end users, developers, etc, (there are enough here to defend themselves... 😊 but please abstract specific implementation details without mentioning company's names.

      Regarding "need or not need" a transaction... ST03N will give you the "used or not used" information... and even this is not necesarily correct => a user might submit a report or execute a transaction (for which the system writes a stat record), however an authority-check or other condition failed... so they did not actually "use the transaction", let alone "need it".

      Kind regards,

      Julius

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 09:10 PM

    PT,

    Just go to SUIM report tree, you will find all the reports you need there.

    Have fun.

    Lye

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