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Restricted access to confidential documents in DMS

Hello Gurus,

Need your expert guidance on the following requirement.

The requirement is to restrict the access of the document to users like Author, Reviewer and Approver, for all the documents.

I am confused which authorization object will work in my case and what settings I've to maintain for this.

Authorization Object C_DRAW_BGR u2014 Authorization Group

Authorization Object C_DRAW_DOK u2014 Document Access

Authorization Object C_DRAW_TCD u2014 Activities for Documents

Say I am having document types to us those are confidential.

ABC (finance docs)

LMN (Legal docs)

XYZ (design docs)

We want to allow only the users who are having below roles.

DMS_APPROVER

DMS_REVIEWER

For rest of the user we don't want to allow change/display acccess to the above documents.

Please guide me how to proceed, what need to be done.

Regards,

Ganesh

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    Posted on Aug 07, 2010 at 04:45 AM

    Hi Ganesh,

    Kindly maintain the document type wise authorization in object C_DRAW_DOK ( keep confidential types here) . Also authorization groups as defined by you in

    C_DRAW_BGR and activities like change,create etc . in C_DRAW_TCD.

    Also in cross-application component field in role mainatain the t-code for which you want to give access. example: review or approve give cv02n. etc, for display only give cv03n.

    I hope this will resolve the query.

    Regards,

    Ravindra

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 05:41 AM

    thanks

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