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Is it possible to bypass authority check in standard program?

Dear gurus,

I met a problem, i am trying to build a costom program, which will call a sap standard function module, but the problem is:

in the standard function module , there is a check against authorization object p_tcode, i dont want to give user this authorization in pfcg, so i want to bypass this check in the standard module , is that possible?

I mean, in my program , before calling the sap fm, do something to trick the system that the curent user have the required authorization, after execute the fm , restore everything.

is that possisible?

thanks and best regards.

netz

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2004 at 08:47 PM

    Hi Jun,

    It is not possible. You need to copy that function module to your own and take out the authorization check. Or find another standard delivered function module that can do the same.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      What is the problem with giving them maintain authority for the transaction code that is being checked against ?

      Surely your program is allowing them to do the same functionality as the standard transaction or is there a lot more functional stuff you don't want them to have ?

      If it is an ESS function you are developing then surely they are accessing SAP via the portal and therefore cannot login to SAP directly and run the transaction anyway .....

      Kind regards

      Colin 😊

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