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Authorizations - how to fine only the ones with value = * (asterisk)

Hello,

this issue may as well be posted somewhere in general forum, but decided to start here.

I am looking for roles which give maintain access for a specific infotype - these are roles which has the value of AUTHC (Authorization level) field in P_ORGINCON (HR Master data with Context) set to "w" (write) or "*" (all).

If I now search (in TCODE: SUIM > Roles > By complex selection Criteria / S_BCE_68001425) for a value that is equal to * (asterisk) then I would

also get roles/authorizations which has "r" value in the AUTHC field >> this is because I used * (asterisk) in search functionality. I tried also with "" or '' but did not get any reasonable result.

The workaround for this is to use AGR_1251 table, download the results into MS Excell and then play around with it, however this is very time consumming.

Does anybody have any idea what value can I use in search fnctionality in order to get the related records which has value of specific fields set to * (asterisk)?

Thanks in advance for your posts!

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2008 at 06:05 PM

    I think maybe ** is the correct entry - seem to remember it used to be anyway.

    /Kirsten

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2008 at 11:04 PM

    Have you tried value = DUMMY ? this takes case of all values.

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    Posted on May 12, 2011 at 02:08 PM

    using # as escape character works 😊

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