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Defining RSUSR008_009_NEW auth combinations

I've not used this report before and I'm struggling to follow the instructions on here:

I found a thread from 2007 which mentioned there was a 'bottom-up' approach to using it but I can't find the thread using USRCOMB, RSUSR008_009_NEW, USCRAUTHID etc

There is a post here from last year sometime by Justin Dundas-Smith which explains nicely how he goes about setting up critical authorizations and combinations using a "bottom-up" approach. It is independent of the tool used.

Does anybody know where it is please?

Many thanks


Edit - ignore this question - found the link to it by searching by name!

Edited by: David Berry on Jul 28, 2011 9:13 AM

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    Posted on Nov 07, 2012 at 10:42 AM

    Hi there

    I am facing the same problem. I am not able to maintain the critical combination, or am just to unskilled to do so.

    Can anyone help and tell me how to maintain the critical combinations? The wy is described here, but unfortunately it doesnt work:

    Please help!

    Kind regards


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      Yesterday I played a little with the new report, but this is horrible. Why did they change the simple report RSUSR008 to this very confusing one? To be honest, configuring table SUKRI(T) is much easier than this !"$"§+*'# report. I am not happy with this...

      I will now also look for an offline solution, any help will be appreciated.

      Kind regards


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