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How to authorize a account to access RFC BAPIs

When deploy .NET Connector Application, the application need an account to work.

When the application call bapi on behalf of this account, it was said, the account is not authorized to access RFC function calls.

So how to authorize a account to access RFC BAPIs?

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2005 at 08:57 AM

    Some documents said, the S_RFC, S_ICF, S_RFCACL access object are need to assign to the user's role.

    After applying it, it still not work.

    The messages always said

    "user xxx hast no authorization for functino group SYST."

    Please help!

    This problem toxture me for several month.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 03:42 AM

    Dear Dawood Hla Shwe,

    Your help already solved my difficulty successfully.

    Thank you very much. This problem bother me for more than 2 monthes.

    You hint remind me the Access object can be edited manually. Besides SYST, my application also need some other function group. I added each of them. Now the application can raun smonthly.

    I'd like to contact in further. Could you please mail me your email address?

    My email: daiyintang@citiz.net

    Thanks again

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