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Restricting authorization only change mode for HR Infotypes.

Hello.

I want to give authorization to an user for the HR infotypes records only in Create, Display and Delimit. I want to restrict Change and Delete authorizations because History of the employee wonu2019t be maintained.

How to achieve this using HR: Master Data - Extended Check authorization objects.

Note: Since we have to give authorizations based on administrator groups, the master data extended check object is been used.

Authorization Object: P_ORGXX

AUTH. FIELD DESCRIPTION

INFTY Infotype

SUBTY Subtype

AUTHC Authorization level

SACHA Payroll Administrator

SACHP Administrator for HR Master Data

SACHZ Administrator for Time Recording

SBMOD Administrator Group

Thanks for your help.

MCM.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 08:45 AM

    Hi,

    This can be done with help of basis team .

    All the best

    KRC

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 07:39 AM

    Hi Alembert,

    Usually the ACTVT field in an authorization object restricts the action(say create,edit etc).

    However for the Authorization object P_ORGXX, we can restrict with the field AUTHC - Authorization level.

    M (read with entry helps)

    R (read),

    S (write locked record; unlock if the last person to change the record is not the current user),

    E (write locked record),

    D (change lock indicator),

    W (write data records)

    • (all operations).

    Please get a role created with the help of your Basis consultant and restrict the value for field AUTHC to "R"

    in the auth object P_ORGXX.

    Check and let me know if this helps.

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