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BI-Reporting Users-S_RFC

Hi All,

I am new to BI security .I am trying to create analysis Authorization Roles for Reporting Users.

For This the only T-code I gave is RRMX.

Now by default some objects got added in Authorization Tab However When I assigned this role to the user ,user is not able to get into RRMX as they are getting No authorization for RFC.

So My question is :Do we need S_RFC object in reporting user roles?

If so there are any standard RFC names (RFC_Name) that I have to give?

Most of the times it pops up message saying that it needs SYST RFC .For which I gave access still the problem persists.

Any Help in this area will be appreciated.

Thanks in Advance.

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 09:29 AM

    Run a ST01 trace on a userid with maximum RFC authorization and run the report(s) you want your 'to be restricted' user to be able to run. Read the trace file and enter the listed RFC objects in S_RFC in your role.

    Good luck!

    Lodewijk Borsboom

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 12:38 PM

    Hi ,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Actually in my system the trace is not getting captured ...that is the reason i could not follow the method you have told.Even I thought of this before also.I need to fix this too...

    My problem is fixed now by the following way:(workaround):

    I just added the S_RFC object and made activity to 16 and RFC to FUGR.Left RFc_name blank.

    Then I started to use the user with this above role every time when i tried to access the Bex it pops up error message saying I do not have authorization particular functional module the I go on adding the same in the S_RFC object.

    Like this I had to do 10 time now I am able to Pull the report.

    Thanks once again.

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