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display parameter field in VA05

Hi All,

i want to make sales office and sales group in VA05 parameters, read-only for specific users.

but system does not let me to make a variant through SHD0.

the business requirement is that i need to seperate users access to VA05 based on sales office and sales group. so i want to fix sales office and sales group and make them read-only, so user can always get VA05 report in related sales office and sales group.

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  • Posted on Aug 07, 2018 at 08:17 PM

    This is not VA05, this is VA05N, from what I see. Unlike VA05, VA05N is just a report (SD_SALES_ORDERS_VIEW). You don't need to use SHD0 for this as you can simply create a custom transaction in SE93 for the report and selection variant.

    However, this is a rather lame protection as this won't prevent the users from changing the variant or just using a different variant as soon as they get to the transaction.

    If you're really serious about this then I'd suggest to search for a user exit / BADI / enhancement option in VA05N where you could plug in your own authorization check. This would be a more secure option, as well as more helpful to your security admin.

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  • Posted on Aug 07, 2018 at 06:14 AM

    Check whether the user parameter SD_VARIANT_MAINTAIN is maintained in SU01 with value A or U

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2018 at 12:56 PM

    Hi Nava Agi,

    In Standard Program in Change Mode at Top you can find Insert Button where you can go and add your Code.

    and also after adding that code you can even make the input in Disable mode.

    if it is really a critical requirement you can take ABAPer help to perform this activity.

    Regards,

    Shekar.

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