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Proposed authorization objects in web dynpros

Hi all!

I´ve read the suggestions in below discussions regarding making changes to proposed objects in SU24 for web dynpros. I have a dynpro in SRM that is checking object BBP_FUNCT, the dynpro is /SAPSRM/WDA_L_FPM_OIF, so I want the PFCG role to bring the proposed object and values from USOBT_C to avoid manually adding the object in the role.

The dynpro was not available in SU24 to maintain so I ran FM AUTH_TRACE_WRITE_USOBHASH using R3TR WDYA and the Dynpro name. After that I could see it in SU24 and maintained proposed objects/values, however when I go into PFCG and merge with new data it doesn´t bring the proposed object.Not even creating a new role with the dynpro brings any object.

Is there any step I´m missing here?

These were the discussions
Authorization objects in web dynpro ABAP and SU24 transaction

Thanks in advance,

Victor Guerrero

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2012 at 01:45 AM
    Hi, from you screen shots it seems that you click on button Other and then select web dynpro app. If this is correct then the reason why it does not pull any data is that you maintained values for TADIR service. So if you select Authorization default values for service instead of WDA then you can select option TADIT and it will bring default values from SU24. Cheers
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    • Quick update. As far as I believe SAP merged two branches and hence 7.03 and 7.31 is same code base. SAP released their trial version of 7.03 system that can be downloaded from here. I just finished installation and quickly checked PFCG. It seems that web dynpro app became first class citizen. For example you can maintain auth. default in SU24 directly for web dynpro app. You don't have to use TADIR service. So if you want to play with it then there is an easy way.


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