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Filter roles

Hi,

There is a way to filter roles,i want to mark some roles like my roles,

There is some attributes to do that?

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Nina

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  • Posted on May 25, 2009 at 08:56 AM

    > There is some attributes to do that?

    Not that I am aware of. This is where a good role naming convention can help. You could also consider to use the role's long text for entering attributes.

    If you want to see the roles you've created you can try table AGR_DEFINE.

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    Posted on May 25, 2009 at 10:09 AM

    Hello,

    Could you please specify more,

    1)you want mark roles created by you

    2) you want to mark role assigned to you

    3)you want to mark role assigned by you

    ????

    Thanks,

    prasant

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  • Posted on May 25, 2009 at 10:18 AM

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    > There is a way to filter roles,i want to mark some roles like my roles,

    > There is some attributes to do that?

    >

    Do you want those roles always available in front of you? If this is the intention, then you can add them to your favorites. This may be helpful to see them in your Favorite List whenever you go to PFCG.

    Regards,

    Dipanjan

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  • Posted on May 26, 2009 at 01:16 PM

    Further to Jurjen suggestion,

    I would give your simple naming convention concept for your roles

    total digits 30

    ZX_KERN_ROLE_FI_GL_XX_XX_XX_XX

    1 Digit Z = Customized Role

    2 Digit X = Your company initial name

    3 Digit _

    4 to 7 Digit KERN (Kernal Roles)

    8 Digit _

    9 to 12 Digit ROLE

    13 Digit _

    14 to 15 Digit = Module

    16 Digit _

    17 to 18 Digit = Sub Module

    19 Digit _

    20 to 21 Digit = Role Type (01 = Master Data 02 = Transaction Data 03 = Menu Tree etc.)

    22 Digit _

    23 to 24 Digit = Process Type (01 = Create 02 = Change 03 = Display 04 = Delete etc.)

    25 Digit _

    26 to 27 Digit = Customer Number where you implemented.

    28 Digit _

    29 to 30 Digit = Number of Versions

    Hope this may be useful.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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