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Particular user id not getting TCODE ppoc_old

Dear friends,

I have problem in authorization.

i have given authorizaton to particular user.

When i login into his id and entered "ppoc_old" it is showing that "NO authorization".

When i rename to that user to other user id then it is giving me access to that tcode.

only problem with this user id for this tcode only.


Message no. 5A277


You are not authorized to perform this activity.

System Response

The system cancels the activity you have tried to perform.


If necessary, you can maintain missing authorizations in Customizing. Please remember that both the standard authorizations and the structural authorizations are checked.


please help me to solve this problem.

thanks in advance.



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    Posted on Feb 16, 2008 at 10:55 PM

    What it says in SU53?


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    • the entry in OOSB tells you that the first user is assigned to a structural profile. this would also explain the error message you get from your "SU53"

      Failed HR Structure authorization.

      if you remove the entry in table T77UA (OOSB) and retry running PPOC_OLD again for that user, it just may work.

      Edited by: Dimitri van Heumen on Feb 20, 2008 9:57 AM

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