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What are the control mechanisms that prevent a user from editing tables in SE16?

We are trying to understand why a user cannot change the table contents by using SE16.

The table is T000 and it has "Display / Maintenance allowed" in SE11 transaction.

User has access to Se16 tcode with the following authorization

S_TABU_DIS

Activity : 02

Dicbercls: SS

According to the following guide the user should be able to edit the table directly from SE16, but they can't.

https://help.sap.com/viewer/fd3c83ed48684640a18ac05c8ae4d016/7.2.04/en-US/e50e0edcd9c54144b5b614c4ba27204d.html

Is there another control mechanism that prevents users to change the tables in the production environment?

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2 Answers

  • Mar 19 at 07:44 PM

    Hi Velen,

    why do you want to change table T000 in SE16? Why don't you use SCC4 which is a parameter transaction for SM30 to edit T000?

    I do not recommend to change tables through SE16. If you wish, then the only way is through debugging. SM30 (or a parameter transaction of it) is the correct way to do it. Also, with parameter transaction you can specifically authorize a user and also control SU24 proposal values.

    Regards, Alessandro

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  • Mar 27 at 05:14 AM

    What table is it and what type is it in SE11 settings? Is the table a customising table?

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