How to find out what authorization objects are included in a profile?

Posted on 2006-06-07
Last Modified: 2013-12-08

Assumed that we know the name of the authorization profile, what steps we should do to find out the authorization objects are included in that profile? You've some ideas about this, please help.

Thanks a lot,

Question by:somits
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    If you look at the user in SU01 go to the profiles section.

    Double click on the profile to get a list of the authorisation objects.
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    go to transaction S_BCE_68001409 (or program RSUSR020) it is Profiles by Complex Selection Criteria. Rewrite or select from matchcode profile which you want to analyze,
    F8, Menu->Profiles->Display details. Expand trees there you find authorizations objects.


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