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Roles showing complete SAP menu instead of customized.

Hi All,

We are on version 4.6C. We create some roles with some transactions and design the tree structure. But, when this role is assigned to a user, he is getting a complete SAP menu in which it is difficult for him to search the complete menu to check which transactions he is authorized.

Is there any option/parameter which i can set so that only the designed tree structure is visible for the user?

Please help.

Thanks

Vijay

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 08:28 AM

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    > Is there any option/parameter which i can set so that only the designed tree structure is visible for the user?

    Yes, and it is in SSM_CUST (via tr. SM30)

    I'm not completely sure which one it is, but if you search the forum or saphelp for SSM_CUST you'll get all relevant parameters.

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  • Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 11:10 AM

    Hi Vijay,

    In addition to Jurjens suggestion, you could also train users to swap to the user menu - on their initial SAP screen they click the icon that looks like a person against a white square background.

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  • Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 11:29 AM

    Hi Vijay,

    the switches in SSM_CUST are quite selfexplanatory:

    ALL_USER_MENUS_OFF = YES (or 'X')

    CUSTOMER_MENU_OFF = YES (or 'X')

    SAP_MENU_OFF = YES (or 'X')

    INTERNET_MENU_OFF =YES (or 'X')

    If you want to disable users to switch between SAP- and user menue, you can maintain the possible settings for each user in table USERS_SSM by setting the corresponding checkbox.

    Hope, this helps,

    Bernhard

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