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user able to execute Tcode after validity of role is over

Dear all,

we have given a temporary access to the transaction MR21 to the user for one day but the user was able to use this transaction after validity of role is over. screen in SU01 shows the role is already expired to her.Is this due to bug or incomplete maintenance nodes in the role

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2010 at 07:49 AM

    Ramesh,

    Pls go thru the links, I hope your query gets solved.

    ask the user to login / logoff

    refresh user buffer su56.

    Role Validity date

    Enabling Parameter auth\new_buffering

    Thanks,

    Sri

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  • Posted on Jul 03, 2010 at 09:28 AM

    Maybe PFCG_TIME_DEPENDENCY isn't running on your system. That should remove the profile corresponding to a role when it's out of validity.

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2010 at 04:57 PM

    Hi ,

    Use SUIM make sure that the user does not have that transaction in any other role in his profiles

    second find the role which has the transaction for him .

    Delete that specific role/roles

    Then run SUPC and PFUD if its a development box or talk to basis if your project policy is to run this as background job.

    If all the above steps were already done then use ST01(trace) to find what is allowing the user to succeed with the transaction and disable that object.

    Cheers

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