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NO Access to MARD in SE16 .

Hi All,

User had Access to MARD in SE16 yesterday and now he is not Autharised.

I searched in SUIM transaction. But couldnt find anything.

Please let me know how to proceed and get the authorisation for user.

Thanks In advance,

Forum Shah

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2011 at 12:24 PM


    Once you get the erro message of SE16, MARD, after put the /NSU53 in command box, and enter.

    It will show the authorisation values which are missing in user profile, check them in SUIM.

    Hope it will help you

    Thanks & Regards

    Vikrant Hande

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2011 at 12:28 PM

    I) Direct Assignment of an Authorization to a User

    1. In the SAP Easy Access menu, choose Business Explorer ® Management of Analysis Authorizations.

    2. On the User tab page, choose Analysis Authorizations ® Assignment.

    3. Select an iView and choose Edit.

    4. You have two options:

    i) Under Authorization Selections, choose one or more previously created authorizations. With Insert you can add the authorization to the list of assigned authorizations.

    ii) With Node, can select nodes for a hierarchy that you created previously for the characteristic 0TCTAUTH in hierarchy maintenance. The authorizations are available as virtual master data for the characteristic 0TCTAUTH and can be grouped hierarchically in order to create thematic arrangements.

    The authorizations that were just inserted are marked. This allows you to undo incorrect entries immediately.

    5. Save your entries.

    II) Assigning an Authorization Using Profiles:

    The analysis authorizations can be (but do not have to be) assigned by roles. To assign an authorization to a user, it is sufficient to proceed as described above.

    As an alternative, authorizations can also be assigned using profiles for the authorization object S_RS_AUTH, the entries of which are analysis authorization names. In this way, you can assign authorizations to a user using roles as well using the general role maintenance and the general user maintenance for SAP NetWeaver.

    The input help in the role maintenance for this authorization object provides all existing, defined BI analysis authorizations.

    Mixed scenarios, which mean assignments from roles in addition to the directly assigned authorizations, are also possible.

    III) Special Authorization for Everything: 0BI_ALL:

    An authorization for all values of all authorization-relevant characteristics is created automatically in the system. It has the name 0BI_ALL. It can be viewed, but not changed. Every user that receives this authorization can access all the data at any time. Each time an InfoObject is activated and the property authorization relevant is changed for the characteristic or a navigation attribute, 0BI_ALL is changed. A user that has a profile with the authorization object S_RS_AUTH and has entered 0BI_ALL there (or has included it, for example with the pattern *) has complete access to all data.

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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2011 at 12:31 PM

    Ask your Basis person to check the authorization for Authorization class SA is assigned to your table MARD or not.

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2011 at 06:29 AM

    requirement was answered. Thanks all.

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