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How to disable the custom links in accessmanagement based on user

Dear all,

I am an ABAP developer.

We have created few custom links(Webdynpro applications) and added it to the access management tab using transaction LPD_CUST. Now these links should be disabled based on the user.

I have created an authorisation object and have done authority check. In that way it will open a link and then gives a message saying "You are not authorised" But, we donot want to show the link to the user

Can someone please help me.

Thanks in advance!

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 07:42 AM

    Hi Aravind,

    Ideally, all the links are manageable using LPD_CUST. you can refer to SAP Note "1635932 - How to create a Launchpad and associate to a new role" for more detail.

    However if there is any authorization check which need to be controlled, it will be managed by authorization object. This will not remove the URL added by LPD_CUST.

    So these 2 areas are available to manage the links and authorization checks.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks & Regards


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    • So this will work like this only. User who has access using LPD_CUST only, would have the access to see the link without accessing them.

      This behaves like this....

      Ideally, it should be fine. Otherwise, you will be in situation to create multiple LPD_CUST to handle this situation. Getting 'You are not authorized' message also lead to the correct message that user does not have access to that particular link.

      Thanks & Regards


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