Start of Content Area

Procedure documentation Loading or Storing Check Indicators and Authorization Default Values  Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

Use

With this procedure, you can easily distribute check indicators and authorization default values from transaction SU22 (SAP data) and SU24 (customer data) in the system landscape to import enhancements to these check indicators and default values delivered by SAP or partners into your system.

You want, for example, to simply import optimized check indicators and authorization default values that were provided through the SAP Service Marketplace into a single system or your system landscape.

Storing Check Indicators in a Local File on a PC

If you have downloaded the optimized check indicators and authorization default values from the SAP Service Marketplace, you do not need to perform this step, as the data is already available. If you want to store this data from one of your own systems in a local file on a frontend computer, follow the procedure below:

...

       1.      Execute report RSU22DOWN through transaction SA38.

       2.      Either specify the transaction code(s) directly or specify the request(s), with which you have transported the optimized authorization check values and default values.

       3.      Set one or more of the following indicators:

        Originals Only: In this case, only the check indicators and default values whose transactions have the originality property in this system are written to the local file.

        SAP Data: The check indicators and default values in the SAP tables (USOBX and USOBT) are stored in the local file.

        Customer Data: The check indicators and default values in the customer tables (USOBX_C and USOBT_C) are stored in the local file.

Loading Check Indicators

To load the optimized check indicators and authorization default values that are stored in a file on the local frontend computer (either provided by SAP through the SAP Service Marketplace or created yourself with RSU22DOWN), into a system, follow the procedure below:

...

       1.      Execute report RSU22UPLD through transaction SA38.

       2.      Specify the transaction code(s). Otherwise, the entire contents of the file are copied.

       3.      Set one or more of the following indicators:

        Originals Only: In this case, only the check indicators and default values whose transactions have the originality property in this system are copied from the local file.

        SAP Data: The check indicators and default values in the SAP tables (USOBX and USOBT) are copied from the local file.

        Customer Data: The check indicators and default values in the customer tables (USOBX_C and USOBT_C) are copied from the local file.

        Copy SAP Data to Customer Table: If you want to copy the SAP data to both the SAP and the customer tables, choose this option. Note that it is not normally useful to use this option together with the Customer Data option.

        Replace instead of Insert/Modify: If you choose this option, the authorization check indicators and default values for the transactions concerned are entirely replaced by the data from the local file and not changed or extended.

        Enter Data in Transport: You can create a transport request with this option with which you can transport uploaded data throughout your system landscape.

 

End of Content Area