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V02 jumping to SCM

Hello all,

We have a situation that when a user executes V.02 in R3 and then clicks on an incomplete Sales Document it jumps to the SCM system to do an APO Availability Check. The problem is that it uses a RFC connection with a system user and when you are in the SCM system you've got full access. Is there a way to force V.02 to use a specific RFC connection to jump to SCM so I can set that RFC connection to use current user and log into SCM as the same user that's logged into R3?

Thanks,

Tom

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2009 at 02:43 PM

    Hi Tom,

    If I am not mistaken you need to use "flexible RFC destination".

    This allow you to create different RFCs, one for each scenario (background job, manual work)

    Once you have create your different RFC with different users and authorisation, (SM59) use transaction CFC7 to link them to your scenario (in you case application AC I guess)

    Since you are there, check also that you can't access R/3 from APO with full access (which can be far more damaging!!!). For example for CIf cockpit /sapapo/cc you can jump into R/3 via application log...

    So same logic here, create a specific RFC destination!

    Godd luck

    Julien

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