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Restrict set up Substitution from SBWP

Former Member
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I'm new and I'm really appreciate your help.

I have a question regardig authorization objects.

Do you know who can I restrict the setting of Subsitute from SBWP? They can only be set from UWL.

Do you know the authorization objects which control it?

I find the following authorization objects:



If there isn't any authorization object to control it, do you know how can I do it from coding?

Thank you in advance!

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Former Member
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My client is having a similar requirement. Can you please let me know how you have achieved this?



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In order to search for authotization object for substitution, tou can use transaction ST01 to trace it.

You can use ST01 to trace in both ECC and EP.


Former Member
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Thank you for you answers!

I have tried with both methods and I can't find any authorization object.

There isn't an authorization object associated to the substitution options.

I will try to do that programaticall. In that case, do you know how can I recognize if the transaction is executed by Portal or by SBWP transaction?

I'll really appreciate your help.

Thank you!

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To find the answer to one of your questionss, you can set system debuggin on /hs in transaction window, then select the menu path for maintaining substitutes.

Now in the debugger set a break-point at statement Authority-check.

now note all of the authority objects.

As a rule never or at least try to avoid setting authorizations on one single object, namely s_tcode, there are better ways for maintaining authorizations

Kind regards, Rob Dielemans