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Hi All,

I have created the custom table and I assigned the same to the authorization group(se54).When I go into SE16 and browse for the table(TDDAT) I can see the assigned table to the authorization group.But if I go into a role, and pull the authorization group from the authorization object(S_TABU_DIS) ,I cannot see the created authorization group in that object.How I can assign the created authorization group to the users? It is created in DEV and I need to move across the system.In this case do I need to transport the table to all the clients? If yes,then how I can do?..Need helpppp

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    Jan 29, 2008 at 10:12 PM

    Just add it in S_TABU_DIS. Absolutely no need for the lookup for it to actually work.

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    • Former Member Alex Ayers

      Hi Alex,

      What I meant was assign an existing table to a non-existing auth-group.

      Yes, you are correct. This does work.

      Only other thing I can think of is the permitted values for S_TABU_DIS field DICBERCLS have been restricted to a given set of fixed values via authorization object S_USER_VAL.

      @ John Lewis: Do you have specific set values in your own authorizations for object S_USER_VAL:



      AUTH_VALUE: ?????



      Edited by: Julius Bussche on Feb 5, 2008 12:56 PM

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    Feb 03, 2008 at 12:06 PM


    Please do the follow steps to create the authorization group and assign into the table;

    1) SE54 and select the authorization group and click on Create

    2) Click on new and define authorization group and save the request

    3) go back to define into the table

    4) then you can see the list of created authorization group in the role maintenanance S_TABU_DIS.


    Anwer Waseem

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