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Old 08-07-2010, 03:04 PM
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Default Talent Management (EhP4) - cannot find structural authorization profiles


I have looked in 3 different SAP ECC6.0 EhP4 system for the Talent Management structural authorization profiles stated in the IMG documentation and on the help.sap.com website. The profiles are:


There are also several "sub" profiles for TMS_PROFILE.

To take an example from help.sap.com on their Authorizations page (http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_04/h...b0/content.htm), the SAP_TMC_SUPER_TALENT_MANA_SPEC clearly indicates the TMS_ALL structural authorization profile is in the standard system:

Authorizations for talent management superusers

For more information, see Talent Management Superuser.

The structural authorization profile TMS_ALL is also available as a template for the Talent Management Superuser.

For more information, see Customizing for Talent Management and Talent Development under Basic Settings Authorizations in Talent Management Define Structural Authorizations.

So... does anybody know anything about these and where I can find them? Do they require some form of activation outside of the standard switch activations for Talent Management? I've looked in several tcodes (SU01,PCFG, OOSP etc) for them but no luck.

Any help gratefully received and points will be awarded for helpful answers and solutions!

Could you do me a favor and look in client 000 (the SAP delivered client)? You generally need a basis person for this activity, and I can't find one now on my own end to confirm my theory. However I'm pretty sure if you went to OOSP in client 000, you'd see those profiles. They were either never copied over from 000 or your security friends deleted all the profiles that are SAP delivered in the clients you're looking at.

I could talk for a super boring amount of time about the security concept of "SAP delivers too much access with their roles so we don't use them" that a good number of security teams use - but that's a story for a different day.

Take a peek in 000 and let me know what you see. If they're there, you can always have your basis chums copy them over to your clients that you want them in (presumably your security config client).

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