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Assign 2 authorization group in Table Maintenance enerator

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Can we assign 2 authorization group for table maintenance generator. My requirement consiste of to user group. 1) power planner 2) Planning user User 1 will have the highest authority. It can set priority for planning users.so there is possiblity that both these users will access to maintain the table.

Please help its urgent!!!

Thanks in advance !!!

Edited by: Suresh Nabajja on Oct 7, 2008 6:52 PM

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2008 at 05:19 PM

    Hope you are providing them a Transaction code for table maintainance.

    At Tcode level you can maintain multiple Authorization objects and at Table level you can make it default &NC& without authorization, as most of the endusers will not have direct access to development Tcodes this may be feasible solution.

    Thanks,

    Sudhir.

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      Hello Suresh,

      Usually access to development transactions will be restricted in Quality & Production.

      In my present client, they have restricted access only to SE12 where we cannot edit or create any entries.

      In your client, if you can restrict SE11 & SM31 transactions only to development.

      For all the users who need to update or create entries in table can be provided through a custom transaction with limited authorization.

      Hope this may be helpful.

      Thanks.

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2008 at 05:00 PM

    Hi

    No I don't believe! U should create a view based on your table, generate the maintenance program and assign it the other authorization.

    Max

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