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Query SAP Users based on Transaction Code Access

Posted on 2006-11-07
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Hi Experts,

  Is there a transaction code (tr-cd) that will allow me to enter a tr-cd and query all users who have access to that specific tr-cd.  We have some auditors here right now that would like this information.  I am a basis admin, but was dropped in this position and have had to do a lot of self teaching in SAP so any help you guys could give would be great.

Thanks in advance.
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There is functionality for critical combination analysis - under
Tools --> Administration --> User --> Info sys --> user
You can set up lists of critical transaction and it will pull out usernames.

But the one you are asking for is under
Tools --> Administration --> User --> Info sys --> user  --> Users by complex selection --> By transaction Authorisations

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Thank You jonvaughan!

The last thing is exactly what I was looking for.

jaeIT
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