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Authorization for Task - Manual Document Posting

Hi All

We have have few tasks in our consol monitor like data collection, manual posing, validation, reclass etc. I want to restrict authorizaiton to users based on company and tasks. When I do so its perfectly working except for manual posting task. The system is allowing user to post manual posting of other company in which the user is not supposed to. I am wondering. The system is just ignoring manual posting task alone. Is there any tricky way to solve the issue for manual posting task?

I am currently using the objects R_UGMD_CHA, R_UGMD_SNG, R_UC_TASK combinations. It works fine except for manual document posting task. If any one got any suggestions, let me know to fix this problem.

Regards

A.Bharath

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 08:18 AM

    Strange... I've never had this kind of issue.

    Did you search for an OSS note?

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 08:22 AM

    Note 610621 - SEM-BCS: Authorization check for the Manual Posting

    During the execution of the Manual Posting the system by mistake checks the authorization for consolidation groups or consolidation units against value '#'. The system should check against the initial value instead.

    For example, if you start a Manual Posting task, which posts on posting level 10, for a consolidation unit 'xyz', the system checks the authorization against the following values:

    Consolidation unit = 'xyz'

    Consolidation group = '#'

    Instead of this, the system should check against the following values:

    Consolidation unit = 'xyz'

    Consolidation group = initial value

    Other terms

    Manual Posting, authorization check

    Reason and Prerequisites

    This problem is caused by a program error

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