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BI authorization - S_RS_COMP, S_RS_COMP1

Hi,

Do you have anybody experience with authorization for BI object (queries) like this:

Analyst, who can change queries, which was created by him and can execute all queries.

How to set authorization objects S_RS_COMP and S_RS_COMP1?

I have problem when I set S_RS_COMP1 fot RSZOWNER - $USER, than I see only queries that I created but I can ´t execute another queries, but when I add another role only for executing (without change activitiy) than I can change all queries.

thanks for advice.

Petr

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 01:50 PM

    Hi

    This is because Role 1 has Display/Execute authorizations and Role 2 has all authorizations. Role 2 is overwriting (just like read access and write access).

    If you want the user to restrict the queries , ask the user to create queries with naming convention starting from C(can do Save as) and create a new role and restrict the access Change /Display and execute but restrict the Name of reporting component to C., which provides access to his queries for Change/Display and Execute. Also assign him Role 1 which only has display and Execute access, providing access for exectuing all the queries.

    Hope this helps,

    Aparna Duvvuri

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Miro,

      maybe I find the problem. S_RS_COMP1 is not direct under the node S_RS_COMP (2) in the tree, so maybe it s problem I don t really know. Is it possible to hang up S_RS_COMP1 direct under S_RS_COMP (2)? No I have it in the independent node ind Business information Warehouse node.

      thanks

      Petr

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