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How to create ACL

Hello Experts,

I can't find where can I assign an autorization for a project in PS.

What I need is: every project has a person responsible, and I want only this person to be abble to open and see the costs/profits.

For example: In the Project 120-1100401 the responsible is the user with the login MARCOAF.

I want only the user MARCOAF to be abble to make changes and see the relatories of profits / costs, and all the money involved itens...

I saw that we can create an ACL to do that, but, what transaction do I use to create, and how do I proceed?

Thank you.

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 02:36 PM

    Hi,

    Goto Spro-project system - structures - operative structures - create/define project profile.

    In project profile you can find ACL.

    Thanking you

    Vengaiah Chowdary

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    • Former Member

      Hello Vengaiah Chowdary,

      Thank you very much with your help!

      If you let me, I'll do one more question: Do you know if there's a way to block only the dates programin for the users? Maybe with the same solution.

      For example: I have a project with 2 taks, taks 1 and task 2.

      Task one starts day 01/12/11 and finishs on day 02/12/11. Tast 2 starts on day 03/12/11 and finishes on day 04/12/11.

      I want to allow some users to acess that project, with write enabled, for adding material, or some other info, but blocking the possibility for those users to change the dates of the tasks (reprograming).

      Is there any way to do that?

      Thank you!

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 05:32 PM

    Hello Experts,

    The ACL worked, but I'm having an issue.

    If I want to unlock a network and its tasks to an user, I have to unlock all networks that are above this one.

    For example.

    I have 3 networks, network 1, network 2 and network 3.

    If I want to unlock the network 3 and its tasks for a user, I have to unlock both network 1 and 2 for the same user.

    If I dont do so, only the network 3 is unlocked, but all tasks of network 3 stays locked.

    Obs: I don't have to unlock the tasks of network 1 and 2, only the networks, than the network 3 and its tasks can be unlocked.

    Does anyone know if there's a way to solve that?

    Thank you!

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      Hi,

      Do you know if there's anyway that I can exclude the standard admin of the project? Because when a project is created with ACL the person that created is the standard admin. Is there anyways that afterwards we change the admin acess to another user, removing the standard admin?

      TY

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 09:08 AM

    Hi,

    You can create an authorization group where you can assign the group of people you want to give acces the write/read access at the object levels.

    However as mentioned you cannot unlock a child object without unlocking the parent object.

    Hope this answers your question.

    Best Regards

    Snehashree

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