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Profiles for reporting users - Use of S_RS_COMP(1)

I would like to understand how to use auth. objects

S_RS_COMP and R_RS_COMP1

to define accurate authorizations for reporting users.

Scenario.

Define a profile for a basic user:

- execute BEx queries/web templates (all interfaces)

- no permission to create new queries

- no permission to change existing ones

- can display and save (as) a specific query QUERY_xx in its InfoArea "xx" (full author. on its own queries).

In particular, I do not understand the following settings as given in the online doc:

S_RS_COMP:

- RSINFOAREA=MyInfoArea

- RSINFOCUBE=MyInfoCube

- RSZCOMPTP=REP

- ACTVT=01

  • NO ENTRY IS MADE FOR RSZCOMPID ************

  • WHY? **************************************

Thxs.

LauQ

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2005 at 05:03 PM

    Hi,

    you can check the how to paper about how to authorize by creator. You can achieve full auths over self created queries with S_RS_COMP1 (put in own user id or use "$USER" value, so everyone has control over his own queries). Online docu just gives one example I guess where queries are not restricted by name.

    Regareds, Klaus

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