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Bank information // Vendor Master Data

FI Gurus,

We recently implemented ACH functionality. I want to hide the bank detail information from some users.

If you are in display mode how can I hide bank details and credit card deatils from XK03.

I plan to create 2 FI roles, 1 for regular display for managers that will need to display bank details, and another one for clerks where they need to see everything but the bank details. As this will contain some employee bank details.

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 03:44 PM

    Hello Frank,

    If a user does not have authorization on the following objects, bank

    data will not be displayed using transaction XK03, FK03:





    There is no distinction within the configuration of 'General data':

    - Address

    - Control

    - Payment Transactions (which includes the "Bank details" fields)

    from the authorization point of view.

    You can protect all general data (i.e. address data, payment transaction

    data, ...) with the authorization object F_LFA1_GEN. However, it is not

    possible to protect only bank data using authorization objects.

    You can suppress bank data in FK03 within your customizing (transaction

    OB23). However, in this case, your FK01 and FK02 users cannot see bank

    data neither if they use transaction FK03.

    Please, also refer to the following consulting notes:

    20534 Authorization check - a short introduction

    7545 Authorization for master record field F_LFA1_AEN

    Hope that helps,


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