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Regarding Authorization Objects.

Hi Experts,

In PFCG Tcode, in the Menu tab - u enter the Tcode and in the Authorization table - when u click the " Change Authorization data" icon, u get all the authorization details of that particular transaction.

For example: When u enter SE38 tcode and click on the "Change Authorization data" icon...u get the details like....u can Create or generate, Change, Display, Delete data and also about the package..

My requirement is when ever user enter the Tcode, the all the details regarding the tcode should be displayed. Can u please tell me which table stores these data's.

Please help.

Thanks

Edited by: Thendral A on Jan 19, 2009 4:24 PM

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2009 at 08:31 AM

    go to program SAPLPRGN_TREE of t.code PFCG see the tables used

    TABLES: agr_define, agr_texts.

    TABLES: ssm_cust, prgn_cust.

    TABLES: usr12, ust12, usr02, tdevc, t002.

    TABLES: agr_1016, agr_prof.

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      The table USOBT_C saves the Permitted Activities for a particular Auth Object.

      These Activities include

      01 Create or generate

      02 Change

      03 Display

      06 Delete

      07 Activate, generate

      16 Execute

      etc.

      You can set these activity types using tcode SU21.

      regards,

      Jinson

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2009 at 08:44 AM

    u can try this table AGR_TCODES...

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