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Archive Link Authorization problem for Business Partner.

Hi Experts,

Currently we are attaching documents to respective objects through Tr. OAWD & these documents are available in service for object as attachment, until this it is working fine.

But we are facing problem of authorization for archive link of ISU- Business Partner. Letu2019s say we had two users USER-A & USER-B responsible to upload documents of Business partners started with 1 & 2 respectively.

We needed authorization control for USER A&B so that,

USER-A should upload documents for Business Partner 1001 to 1999

& USER-B should upload documents for Business Partner 2001 to 2999

we need to know can we restrict USER A&B so that they can not upload documents for Business Partner for which they are not responsible. we allready checked the roles "SAP_BC_SRV_ARL_* " but not found useful to restrict USER A&B.

Thanks in advance....

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2011 at 04:05 PM

    Hi Sam,

    as this sounds like you search for suitable authorization objects I think that the authorization trace in transaction ST01 could be useful for you. For further information please see the following link: http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/PLM/AuthorizationTraceintransactionST01

    Best regards,

    Christoph

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    Posted on Mar 05, 2011 at 08:50 AM

    issue resolved...

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      If you are trying to restrict access to workflow gobal document type presettings you can assign access to a group of "possible" agents by assigning to a organizational unit, position, workcenter, job, person, or user via the setting in oaws.

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