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In SAP Screen Personas 3.0 how to allow edit of a Flavor shared by another user

Hello All,

User A creates a Flavor and shares the same with User B. User B has the personas editor role to create flavors.

Can user B edit and make changes to the flavor shared to him?

I hope there has to be a way to achieve this, as a developer(User A) might move out of the project and any changes to a flavor created by him, might undergo further changes and has to be done by a new developer(User B).

Let me know incase you need any further inputs in this regard.

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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2016 at 06:57 PM

    With the standard Editor role, this is not possible. User B must have the standard Admin role (or equivalent) which allows editing objects from another user. Alternatively, you can create a custom Editor role and grant the runtime authorization controlling this (P_RUNTIME = 07).

    You could of course also change the owner of the flavor to user B in the admin transaction, if there is a single person who should edit the flavor.

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2016 at 04:58 PM

    Thanks Tamas.

    I don't have the Admin role and only have custom editor role (copied from the standard editor role), but it doesn't have the Run time Authorization(P_RUNTIME = 07). With this, when i attempt to access a flavor originally created by me, i don't get edit flavor and Scripting enabled.

    So, is it mandatory that we need the Runtime Authorization (P_RUNTIME = 07) in my editor role, for me to get the edit capability for my own flavors.

    If not, let me know what else is needed to get edit capability of my flavors with editor role only

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