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COMPOSITE ROLE AND COMPOSITE PROFILE

PLEASE COULD ANY ONE EXPLAIN ME WHEN WE CREATE COMPOSITE ROLE AND WHATS USE OF IT IN AUTHORIZATIONS

AND EXPLAIN ME ABOUT FOLLOWING PLZ

COMPOSITE ROLE

GENERATED PROFILE

SINGLE ROLE

COMPOSITE PROFILE

MANUAL PROFILE

AUTHORIZATION

AUTHORIZATION OBJECT

AUTHORIZATION FIELD WITH VALUES

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 09:55 PM

    Hi

    COMPOSITE ROLE= A role made by union of roles.The user has the authorizations for all the individual roles assigned.

    GENERATED PROFILE = While creating a profile (i.e in transaction PFCG you assign various authorization objects as per the reqquirement. based on the various custom authorizations you generate a profile that has all the authorizations assigned. )This generated profile can be directly added to yuser maintenance in Su01 or assigned to a role.

    SINGLE ROLE--- Single role containing a mix of authorization(profile) and transactions etc.

    COMPOSITE PROFILE----if a user is assigned two different profiles...that is virtually a composite profile

    MANUAL PROFILE--- Manually created profile(apart from standard SAP) through transaction PFCG.

    AUTHORIZATION--- Ability to do perform activities in system ..for eg creat/display infoobjects..create reports

    AUTHORIZATION OBJECT -


    For e.g in an infocube you have sales are as authorization object..than the particular sales manager can view only his area's sales...though data for all area sales is presnt in infocube

    AUTHORIZATION FIELD WITH VALUES---- similar to above..

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    Ajay

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