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PK13 authorizations

Hello all,

I have to set authorizations for the KANBAN transaction PK13N such that:

1. The user can put the container to empty but cannot put it to full.

2. The user has no other access within the KANBAN screen.

I see the following options in the authorization object C_KANBAN:

C1 Create control cycle

D1 Display kanban data

DP Display supply areas

E1 Delete error messages

I1 Kanban signal; bar code/demand view

I2 Kanban signal; source view

M1 Change control cycle

M2 Container correction

MP Maintain supply areas

However I am not sure which ones to use to provide permissions as mentioned above.

Can someone please tell me how to limit the authorizations?

Thanks,

Rugmani

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 03:11 AM

    Hi,

    It depends on what type of role you are creating. If you want to create a role with all authorization, select every option.

    If it only display, you can provide D1, DP, I1 and E1.

    Rgds,

    Raghu

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      Hi,

      M2 Container correction is the activiy that would allow disallow changes to container status. But, unfortunately more finer authorizations have not been defined for the activities w.r.to container status changes.

      You would wither allow totally or disallow totally.

      regards,

      Subbu

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