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"Revoke TECO"---CO02

Respected Sir,

Greetings for the day!!!!!!

I am facing a problem .it is request to you,to please throw some light on it.

I want the plant users to create Production orders,change it,and TECO it if necessary............

But I want some restrictions in doing so.....The users should not be able to "REVOKE TECO".

I tried using BS22,but it applies for all users,and I want some of users with that right.

I am also not able to do through SHD0...

I know it can be done through authorization object for CO02,but it will not authorize for co02,which is not desirable..

plz guide.

Rahul

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 15, 2009 at 12:17 PM

    Dear Rahul,

    You can sort out this requirement by using status profile BS02 and also u can restrict the users by using authorization code.

    with the help of basis guys you can create user key which allows only some users to use this status.

    Regards

    PARAMESHWAR

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    • Former Member Prasobh Karunakaran

      Respected Sir,

      greetings!!!!!!!

      Thanks for the interest shown.

      Actually I want the user at plant level to change Prod ord thru Co02 which is normal procedure.

      I also want the user to TECO the order....But I dont want to allow them to REVOKE it.

      So,I crested a User status thru BS02...ZTEC...and allow FORBIDDEN for the business transaction BUTA i.e revoke TECO.

      I also created Status profile and assigne the user status to it,and again assigned the status profile to required order type.

      Along with this I maintained a Authorization key for the user status and also made required settings in B_USERSTAT.

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2009 at 05:53 AM

    Done...atlast

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