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This blog post is part of a series called “Tip of the Week”. In this week’s tip we’ll learn how to grant authorizations to different user-defined windows.

Plain Vanilla is not a common first choice, and one size doesn’t fit all. This is true for ice cream, T shirts, and… business. Of course, there are similarities and best practices many companies use, and yet - every business is different. This is why user-defined fields, values, objects, and windows are so popular. Take user-defined windows for example - they look exactly like original SAP Business One forms, and like original functions, you may want to grant different users different authorizations. For that purpose you can use the "Additional Authorization Creator":

Here, you can create authorizations and assign them to the relevant user-defined windows. You can set a structure and dependencies, and define whether an authorization is "Full/None" or "Full/Read/None". The authorizations you create are added to the "General Authorizations" window, under the "User Authorization" section, enabling you to grant the relevant permission to each user:

Available in SAP Business One and SAP Business One, version for SAP HANA.

I hope you found this information helpful and as always, I’m looking forward to your feedback in the comments section below. If you do have questions about SAP Business One, feel free to ask them here in SAP Community Q&A. This tip and all other tips can be found in the tag tipoftheweek. To receive notifications about new related blog posts, please follow my profile and #communications. Also, check out our SAP Business One Community page with lots of helpful links and resources.