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Add Auth. Object into Value list - SU24

Dear,

I have created new authorization object to be checked under Tcode Me23n.

The object has been inserted into the role with certain values but it does work.

I checked su24 and added this object to the Tcode but still not working.

Any idea? Or is there a way to add my object to the field values?

Regards?

Hesham

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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 08:22 AM

    > I have created new authorization object to be checked under Tcode Me23n.

    > The object has been inserted into the role with certain values but it does work.

    Did you have an abaper code the actual AUTHORITY-CHECK statement for your new object into the program code behind this transaction?

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    • Hi Hesham.

      Generally a check against a users authorisation will take place when there is the ABAP statement AUTHORITY-CHECK in the code, along with the subsequent logic. Without this, you add what you like in SU24 but it won't make a difference.

      If you want additional checks which are not coded in the program for your transaction then you need to modify the code. SAP provides user exits and enhancement points for this purpose - they let you put in your own validations in specific parts of programs without having to change standard code. If you want to include some additional checks then you need to speak to your functional consultant and development team to make the appropriate changes. Once these changes have been made and tested, you can update SU24.

      As delivered by SAP SAP will often have some authorisation checks switched off for standard objects. You can see them in SU24 by status Do Not Check. You can often activate these checks by changing them to Check or Check Maintained (or proposal in recent versions)

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