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Procedure documentation Personalizing User or Role  Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

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       1.      As the Personalization tab page is available both in user and role maintenance, you have the following options:

        To perform a personalization for a user, choose Tools Administration User Maintenance Users (transaction SU01).

        To perform a personalization for a role , choose Tools Administration User Maintenance Roles  (transaction PFG).

       2.      Enter the role in the Role field and choose Change.

       3.      To display the application components on the left side of the screen on the Personalization tab page, choose By Application Components on the Personalization tab page. (This graphic is explained in the accompanying text).

       4.      Select the components for which you want to maintain personalization data by double clicking them.

The personalization objects for the component are output on the right-hand side.

Example of the Personalization Tab Page

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To change the values of a personalization object, choose Change (This graphic is explained in the accompanying text) or select the object by double clicking it.

A dialog box for entering default values appears.

 

The opportunity to create personalization objects provides a framework for application development with which user-dependent data can be easily saved for an application.

To use the framework, you must simply create a key, under which the user-dependent data is to be saved. The data can then be stored in the application simply by calling an interface direct to a generic data repository. You can specify if changing the data for this key should also be performed with the user administration. To do this, the application must provide a dialog window that can be called in the user maintenance for the personalization key.

In addition to using the generic storage of personalization data, it is possible to connect your own tables with user-dependent data to user administration using the framework. For more information, see Central Store for Personalization Data.

 

 

 

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