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BEx Authorization

Former Member
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How to find the list of authorization objects used in the BEx query.

Thanks,

Raja

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Former Member
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Hi,

Authorization Object/Technical Name ---Description

Business Explorer u2013 components/S_RS_COMP---Authorizations for using different components for the query definition

Business Explorer u2013 components/S_RS_COMP1----Authorization for queries from specific owners

Business Explorer u2013 components/S_RS_FOLD------Display authorization for folders

Business Explorer u2013 individual tools/S_RS_TOOLS----Authorizations for individual Business Explorer tools

Business Explorer u2013 Enterprise Reports/S_RS_ERPT-----Authorizations for BEx enterprise reports

Business Explorer u2013 Enterprise Report reusable elements/S_RS_EREL----Authorizations for reusable elements of a BEx enterprise report

Business Explorer u2013 data access services/S_RS_DAS-----Authorizations for working with data access services

Business Explorer - BEx Web templates (NW 7.0+)/S_RS_BTMP----Authorizations for working with BEx Web templates

Business Explorer u2013 BEx reusable Web items (NW 7.0+)/S_RS_BITM-----Authorizations for working with BEx Web items

BEx Information Broadcasting authorization for scheduling/S_RS_BCS------Authorization for registering broadcast settings for execution

Business Explorer u2013 BEx texts (maintenance)/S_RS_BEXTX-----Authorizations for maintaining BEx texts

Former Member
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Hi there,

Go to transaction RSECADMIN in tab Analysis click on Execute As... insert the user you want to test the authorizations and click on With Log

click on Start Transaction and insert the query name and execute it.

After executing and receiving the lack of authorization message go back to RSECADMIN in the same tab and click on Display Log.

This will retrieve the log with the authorizations the query tries to match versus the authorizations the user has.

Hope this helps,

Regards,

Diogo.