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Plant wise users list

Hi,

Is there any possibility to get the list of users by plant wise?

Thanks & Regards,

KKRao.

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2009 at 08:39 AM

    Hello,

    SUIM is the best method to do so. SUIM --> USERS --> USERS by complex selection criteria

    Under which you can find an option called "selection by field name".

    Enter WERKS (plant) and name of the plant you want to find.

    Regards,

    Gowrinadh

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      If its general question like, I use what Julius suggested.

      Also, having user id's by location name like XXXGowri. where as XXX is the country code. It can be two or three characters. If not such a location is used, then use user groups.

      Regards,

      Gowrinadh

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2009 at 07:50 AM

    What have you tried so far?

    Cheers,

    Julius

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    • Hi

      There are no Plant field allocated directly to your UMR, so based on that, no it's not possible.

      On the other hand, depending on your data, you might be able to deduct the Plant information:

      1. If you have created and assigned a Company pr plant you can of c orse use that

      2. If you have maintained the users parameter ID you can use that (PARID = WRK)

      3. You can merge AGR_USER with AGR_1252(with VARBL = $WERK)

      This will however not give an accurate picture.

      If you have HR inplace you might be able to deduct from There. The connection between the user ID and the HR Data can be found in infotype 0105 subtype 0001 (table PA0105). and from there you might, if you are lucky, be able to extract the allocated plant

      Regards

      Morten Nielsen

  • Posted on Oct 20, 2009 at 09:59 AM

    This kind of request is vague. Though this is often asked by business users. From location/department point of view we should rely on user address data if it is maintained in user master record.

    From authorization point of view it will better to say for what transaction or report user have access to specific plant. However that also depends that the transaction/report should have plant as authorization checking. Then through suitable object (from SU24/USOBT_C) we can figure out to which plant a certain user have access.

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2012 at 12:09 PM

    USR21 u get person number & address number

    go to adrp table u get person details &

    T001W in u get plant and address number using address number u get which person in which plant & which person is available in plant user details thorough adrp

    use 3 query for reporting...

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 08:14 AM

    In SRM,

    Run T-code Zattribute--> put attribute (WRK) for plant and value -->1449 (plant Number)

    we get the user list which have access to specific plant ,you can export from the user list in Excel

    if you want to have the user list for specific Roles in that plant:

    Run T-code SUIM--> users---> By Complex selection ---> put the user list from above and Specific role in the user & Role field and execute..you will get the desired result.

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