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Controlling decimal notation for all users in the system

Hi,

is there any way (other than su01) to control the default decimal notation that the users see in transactions?

As of now, the default decimal notation of 1.234.567,89 visible to the users. We want to change it to 1,234,567.89. But rather than doing it for each user by going to su01 and Defaults, we want to know if we can control this at organization level itself so the new default is picked up for all existing and new users.

thanks for any replies in advance.

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    Posted on May 26, 2009 at 07:58 AM

    Hello Jaya,

    It must be possible using 'User Group' concept.

    If you goto txn:SU01 and open any user,Select tab 'Groups'.F1 help on that will give you more details.

    I have attached the same below:

    User group in user master maintenance:

    User Group for Authorization Check

    If you assign a user to a user group for the authorization check on the Logon Data tab, you can distribute user maintenance tasks among several user administrators. The system administrator can assign the respective user administrator the right to create and change users in a group. Using the authorization object User Master Maintenance:User Groups ( S_USER_GRP), you can assign user groups to different administrators.

    Users that are not assigned to any of the groups, can be maintained by all administrators.

    General User Groups

    You use the division of users into user groups on the Groups tab primarily to group users for mass maintenance (transaction SU10). Furthermore, the Global User Manager (transaction SUUM) uses the user groups.

    In the user maintenance transaction (SU01), you can assign users to one or more groups on the Groups tab.

    Maintaining User Groups

    You create user groups using the function Environment -> User Groups -> Maintain. If you are using Central User Administration, you must create the user groups required in all systems.

    Use

    You use the division of users into user groups on the Groups tab primarily to group users for mass maintenance (transaction SU10). Furthermore, the Global User Manager (transaction SUUM) uses the user groups.

    In the user maintenance transaction (SU01), you can assign users to one or more groups on the Groups tab.

    You create user groups using the function Environment -> User Groups -> Maintain. If you are using Central User Administration, you must create the user groups required in all systems.

    Hope this helps!!

    Thanks and Best Regards,

    Shanthala Kudva.

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