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Authorization for UD

Dear Experts,

We want to prevent some users from doing UD for a particular material type and particular inspection types . How to carry out this .

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    Posted on Mar 12, 2009 at 06:50 AM

    Hi

    for allowing only certain users to take UD you can use QM material Auth in QM view of material master.

    attach this role to indivisual user or group od user for which you want to autherize.

    OR in role creation you can create role related to UD(QA11) and attach to individual user.

    I hop this will help

    Sujit

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  • Posted on Mar 12, 2009 at 12:04 PM

    Hi (It would be gr8 if you can add your name in signature),

    This can be done with SAP-Security where they can remove the roles related to Usage decision transaction-QA11 (based on Plant/Inspection type). Please work with the Basis consulant. This is much simplier than we look into.

    Regards,

    Keerthi.

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    • Former Member

      Dear All,

      We can restrict the authorization for a particular user and material type using the material authorization group following the steps as below.

      1. Create a Material authorization group with digital signature controls in QM

      2. Create roles with permitted transactions and appropriate authorizations with the material authorization group using PFCG.

      3. Assign the roles to the user ID using SU01

      4. Assign the material authorization group in the QM view of the material master using MM02.

      Thanks

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