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Oct 14, 2009 at 10:46 AM

Is the authorization behave correctly ?

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Hi,

Assume I have a pers. no. belonging to Pers. Area A (belonging to Org. Unit A), Position S1 from 01.01.2008 - 31.08.2009. Subsequently, from 01.09.2009 - 31.12.9999, the pers. no is transferred to Pers. Area B (belonging to Org. Unit B) and Position S2.

The PA administrator of Pers. Area A is granted all the PA infotypes (including IT1) of persons belonging to Pers. Area A and structural auth. to access all the OSP (OU, Position and Person) belonging to Org. Unit A. When this PA administrator runs a simple PA (run date = today) report for key date as at 31.07.2009, the program (which is linked to Logical database PNP) prompts that the administrator has insufficient authorization. The simple PA report is as follows :

REPORT ...

TABLES : PERNR.

INFOTYPE : 0001.

GET PERNR.

WRITE : / P0001-PERNR.

Can someone explain why is it so ? I presume that the administrator has authorization to access this pers. no as at 31.07.2009 which is prior to the transfer. If I remove the structural authorization, the output is correctly produced. The structural auth. is based on :

- Plan Version 01

- Obj Type O

- Object ID : Org Unit A

- Evaluation Path : OSP

- Status Vector : 1

Why is the structural authorization hinders the access to the data as at 31.07.2009 of this pers. no. ?

Thank you.

Regards

KC