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Authorization Relevant Infoobject restriction for particular value

former_member208595
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Hi All,

We have infoobject - 0COMPCODE which is authorization relevant. In query designer authorization variable - ZAUTH1 has been created.

Now users want to restrict one particular Company Code (Ex- RU10) globally, so that none of the users will view this particular company code.

We can't restrict this in query designer. Users can select among the company codes in the input selection of the report.

Authorisations have been mantained in BW3.5 version

Need help on this urgently.

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former_member208595
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Did a selective deletion from the Cube.

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Hi,

You can still restrict this in query designer, in the filter section, and at the same time have the same info object in the free fields section, and there with a variable so that users can still select among the company codes in the input selection of the report, but they will however not be able to select for example RU10 if this ist what you restrict in the filter area.

BR,

Niclas

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Hi Asish,

Two ways.

1. You can exclude the company code in the default values section, so that they would be able to view it in the list they see.

2. You can exclude it in the authorizations assigned to the roles of the users. Give all the company code values in the authorization, except this company code, so that since the auth variable is createed in the query, you woulld view only the company codes that are authorized.

Hope this helps.

Regards

Snehith.

former_member208595
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Hi,

When we are excluding in the query designer, it is giving error stating, the authorization variable is too complex. We are unable to identify the corresponding roles assigned for this.

If i will create new role for this & assigned, How it will affect the reports..

Or, Any other approach we can use?

Regards,

Asish