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Authorization Object for Cost center

Hi Experts;

We are using SRM 7, classic scenario.

We are copying SRM tcode: BBP_BW_SC4 to a Z report and modify it. The users will be given the access to display the status of thier SC.

How can I restrict the user from displaying the SC of other department's? Is there an authorization object for cost center in SRM? is there any other away to restrict the users from displaying SC related to other depts.

Appreciate your help

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2012 at 08:45 AM

    cost center is picked from ECC. so you wont directly find cost center validation in SRM.

    better get it from ECC

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2012 at 09:58 AM

    You are already coping the T-code so you can do what you wish to...

    Cost Center is a mandatory field in the program and if ther user has a default cost center it pick the cost center from his attribute or user does not have then it is blank.

    since you are copying it you can restrict based cost center or users purch. group or company code as you like .

    Read the attributes for the user and filter the SCs.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2012 at 10:16 AM

    by the way, why are you not using the standard SAP powl queries? they anyways restrict you from viewing others SCs except your team

    any ways, if you are copying that report this BBP_BW_SC4, then change this

    PARAMETERS pa_coce TYPE kostl OBLIGATORY DEFAULT lv_costcenter.

    to

    PARAMETERS pa_coce TYPE kostl OBLIGATORY DEFAULT lv_costcenter no-display.

    Edited by: Soumyaprakash Mishra on Jan 31, 2012 3:48 PM

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