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SU25-Step:2C Roles to be checked

Hello All,

I searched old threads but didnot find answer for my question, appreciate your reply

My systems is going for upgrade from 4.6 to ECC 6.0, I performed SU25 on my sandbox(ECC) to see roles affected, its pulling up all the our Z roles affected status RED.

Is there a way to generate these profiles automatically, as I feel its really tedious to manually generate 100's of roles.

This is the first time I am involved in upgrade, want to play safe with security change.

And in "Display changed Trans." its showing huge list of tcodes changed I dont know its pulling up the accurate list or not....Most of the tcodes I see are like ME21(old) changed to ME21N (New)

Any thoughts on "N"...?

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And also my company really never maintained SU24, they appended SAP default checks and manually maintained auth. fields in PFCG...

As per forum threads I backedup UST12, USOBT_C, USOBX_C...

Please suggest me guys...thanks in advance....

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    Posted on May 18, 2008 at 09:03 PM

    Hi Anil,

    1. For generation of profiles you can use transaction SUPC and slect the roles and tick mark generate automatically, all the profiles will be generated.

    2. From ECC5.0 onwards ME21 exists in three formats ME21N(Create Purchase Order), ME22N(Change PO) ME23(Display PO).

    Hope that helps

    Rakesh

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 08:05 PM

    Thanks guyz

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