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find object name of particular tcode

hi, i am new in sap security so i am very confused with object relation with tcodes. like when we give su01 tcode in pfcg then in profile generator we hav to give activities for that role like for su01 in which object we will hav to give activities like create,change, delete, display for that role only? how can we find out which object reflects that particular tcode?

like another example in se38 if i want to restrict a user for change option and allow only display option then in profile generator how can i find out under which object activity does it works?

like i tell earlier im new in this field so please help me out from this confusion.

Thanks

Jimmy Batra

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 05:59 PM

    To find objects for a particular tcode

    Go to SE16/SE16N-- >Type USOBT_C --> Type in tcode and execute, you will get all auth objects associated with it.

    Edited by: SG on Jan 29, 2008 7:02 PM

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 06:37 PM

    Hi Jimmy,

    Your last post (which you closed) gave you the info on how to do this. Why create another post for it?

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      hi Auke, thanks for reply.

      can u give me an example of this process which u listed above like how we can read abap prog of a T-code, n how to identify that object in trace analysis. just one example if possible.

      Thanks

      Jimmy

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