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can i restict user not changing standard settings.

Former Member
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if any user is changing standard settings for Ex. making changes in standard sales order or standard tax code or in any standard. so can i restict them for not doing it.

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kesavadas_thekkillath
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create a role and block the authorization...consult basis team

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it can lock t-codes.

i want t-code to be unlocked but standard data should not be changed.

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i guess a tcode will be giving the option of create , display and change.

block the change transactiion

Ex:MM01,MM02,MM03..

If this is not possible...get the authorization fields from tcode su24..and then block the edit option...

or check whethre any exit is available for this....

or generate a zreport for displaying data if any thing is not satisfactory..