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BW Authorisation on Adhoc Queries

Hello All

An authorisation question on BW. We want to give BW users the the permissions to save queries (created using the Adhoc Query Designer) to a designated role. Further, users should only be limited to modifying their own queries and denied modify access to others' queries.

If any of you have done this, is there a particular Authorisation object I should be looking to make the following restrictions:

1. Allow users to save to a particular role.

2. restrict modify access to be limited to the queries created by the user.

Much appreciate any suggestions/ideas/thoughts.

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2004 at 08:54 AM

    Hi naveen!

    I think you can do this by seting the Authorization object of the report owner to the follwing my give you this result RSZOWNER = "$USER" allows the user access to activities in all the components he is an owner of.

    you can have more help in help.sap.com in underthe follwing structure

    BW 3.1 content

    -> systemadministration tasks-> authorizations-> authorizations for working with business explorer-> and examples for reporting authorizations

    Message was edited by: ashwin gadi

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2004 at 10:03 PM

    Hi,

    Use S_RS_COMP1 multiple times, and give the combination '02' and '$user' for activity and owner components . This will allow the user to modify hios own queries without changing the others.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Raju Veludandi.

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