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authorizations to process SD condition types

hello, friends. i do not have access to SAP now, so i could not test my hypotheses.

in PFCG, we can specify condition types that a user can work with. let us say that in object V_KONH_VKS, we specify whether create, change or display. do these settings apply to:

1. creation, change, display Condition Records in VK11/VK12/VK13? or

2. creation, change, display Condition Types in sales order in VA01/VA02/VA03?

many thanks!

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    Posted on Feb 18, 2010 at 05:32 AM

    ooops.... got the answer...

    these settings apply to:

    1. price reports

    2. billing documents

    3. condition records

    apparently (which i will try to confirm), these settings do not affect sales orders (that is, these settings do not affect whether the user can change the condition type in the sales order).

    thanks for your attention.

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    • Former Member

      Hi All,

      I found Jonathan's observation correct in my case as well and want to know whether there really exists an authorization object for Sales order condition tab which allows a certain user to see the sales order condition tab in only display mode and allows other user to change it.

      I dont want condition type wise authorization. the entire tab should be either display only or editable. is this possible without ABAP?

      Thanks,

      Binita

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