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To Jurjen Heeck & others (custom Authorization group)-reposting

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? Even I cant able to save it manually in the field values of that object.Is that we have to link TBRG & TDDAT??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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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 03:33 PM

    Did you read my post on the matter?

    If you did, which part of the answer did you not understand?

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    • you can maintain TBRG via view V_TBRG

      Assign your custom auth group e.g. ZXXX to S_TABU_DIS

      does this happen in all roles This is an important question as there may be something wrong with SAP and you need to look into it

      Why create another post when you could use your existing one?

  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 05:16 PM


    This is a forum, please use it as such and do not try to direct posts towards specific forum members.

    1- It may insult everyone you're not addressing because it appears as if you do not really want their answers.

    2- It looks like you demand an answer from me but I only help people on a voluntairy basis.

    I will not answer anymore questions directed to me in this way.



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