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Hello everyone

Today I have a problem with my authorizations for the the BEx Analyzer.

The technical name of my InfoArea is VCOPA.

I have a number of queries with the technical name VCOPA_MM001 / VCOPA_M01_X0001 / and so on.

When I open the BEx analyzer and search for queries (wildcard *) I get only my queries with the technical name VCOPA. So far so good... Unfortunately the Bex search results display additionally several query views (like 0D_DX_M01_Q0001_V05) and that is bad. So how can I stop this?

My authorization settings:

S_RS_COMP

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ACTVT: 03, 16

RSINFOAREA: VCOPA*

RSINFOCUBE: VCOPA*

RSZCOMPID: VCOPA*

RSZCOMPTP: QVW, REP

S_RS_COMP1

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ACTVT: 03, 16

RSZCOMPID: VCOPA*

RSZCOMPTP: QVW, REP

RSZOWNER: *

Thanks in advance..

Regards, Alex

Edited by: Alexander Stettler on Mar 5, 2010 2:50 PM

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    Posted on Mar 06, 2010 at 04:39 AM

    since you have given VCOPA* for info area and info cube. The below query might have designed linked with any of these two.

    Check the same. thatswhy you are getting the query in the wildcard search.

    Hope this would help you.

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    • Former Member Alexander Stettler

      Hi,

      If you don't need to see query views, you can remove that from field RSZCOMPTP. Also try using $USER in RSZOWNER. Check if you have been assigned those menu roles under which those standard queries might have been assigned.

      --Akashdeep

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2010 at 01:26 PM

    When a user has:

    S_RS_AUTH

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    BIAUTH: 0BI_ALL

    They have access to to all INFOAREAs so that may be what is pulling in all your queries from all INFOAREAs

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