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What is the Role that gives me access to JCO settings page?

Hi all,

I am at the customer site doing some WDP dev. I need to setup JCO so as to make use of RFC.

Customer has already assigned all the roles they have and i still cant access to the backend setting page.

What is the role to give me the access? how do i operate?

thanks guys!

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    Former Member
    Sep 09, 2008 at 03:26 AM

    Hi ,

    Assign J2EE_ADMIN user authorizationn giving to your user

    or assign your user to "administrators "role from user managemnt which inturn gives access to webdynpro content administrator

    Koti Reddy

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    Sep 09, 2008 at 03:36 AM

    Hi ,

    Check If you want to give only webdynpro content administrator access without anyother roles,

    webdynpro-content-administration

    Koti Reddy

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    Sep 10, 2008 at 06:09 AM

    As said above..

    U need to have access to Content administrator Role..And under that "WebDynpro" workset..

    So u can just go and check into the PCD->content provided by SAP->Content Adminstrators->worksets->WebDynpro. Here just check the permissions of this workset and see if you fall under those permissions.

    Hope it helps

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    Former Member
    Sep 10, 2008 at 06:46 AM

    Hi

    You need to have Web Dynpro Content Administration Role..

    Assign urself Content Administration Role-->

    Go to Portal Content-->

    Content provided by SAP-->

    Content Adminstrators->

    Admin Content-->

    Worksets->

    WebDynpro....

    For needed Permissions Refer;;

    [http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/f6/2604db05fd11d7b84200047582c9f7/frameset.htm]

    Thanks....

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    Former Member
    Sep 10, 2008 at 07:41 AM

    Hi Erv2,

    As you have mentioned that you are at your customer, then I presume you would want to get things fix ASAP. Thus I would suggest that you talk to your custmoer that they allow you to have the below authorisations or role assignment to your userID (you can ask one of their Portal Admin to sit with you while you work on it and at the same time, train him/her 😊 ).

    As already mentioned by Koti, in the backend, ask for J2EE_Admin role to be assigned to you via SU01 transaction. Then next, ask them to give you the "Super Administration" role in the Portal via User management ...this role contains all the neceesary authorisation that a Portal Admin needs to execute most/all Portal admin activities.

    Once you have finish setup, you can ask to remove the "Super Administration" role.

    As a customer (myself), I give the necessary Admin role in Portal and/or J2EE authorisation on backend systems to our portal consultant with me next to him, so as a reasurring to the SAP security team and also to achieve needed knowledge transfer. Its a win-win situation.

    If your customer does not want to give more authorisations...then the above mention roles/steps are to be follow..which at times, maybe afew steps instead of just 1.

    Hope that helps.

    Ray

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