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Trying to limit access to Planning Model Export Function between Sandbox and Production in IBP

I am trying to only limit a user the ability to export a planning area from the Sandbox environment to the Production environment. The only way I can see doing that now also limits other functionality I’d like to keep for those users. The business catalog that controls this I believe is Planning Model Catalog (see below).

If someone can tell me if there is a way to restrict this Catalog to only restrict the ability to Export Planning areas. I am trying to restrict developers from transporting a planning model from Sandbox to Production.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2017 at 01:56 PM

    Hi Victor,

    In that case you can give that users the following Business Catalog access: SAP_IBP_BC_PLANMODEL_CF_PC

    It will allow them to only change Planning Model Configurations, while the other catalog (SAP_IBP_BC_PLANMODEL_PC) allow them to do both, change Planning Model Configurations and also perform Transports.

    More information can be found in the following documentation page: https://help.sap.com/viewer/feae3cea3cc549aaa9d9de7d363a83e6/1708/en-US/3bc7a05675c84123e10000000a44147b.html

    Best,

    Ivan

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    Posted on Dec 28, 2017 at 12:48 AM

    Ivan, seems to have worked! Thanks! I am a bit surprised that the controls to transport changes from SBX to PRD are controlled on the SBX side. We were hoping that a user who does not have access on the PRD side could not export from SBX to PRD but the system does not seem to work that way. As you suggested we will take away the access from those who should not have it in SBX.

    Thanks Again, Vic

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