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Skip the AUTH check for transaction

By Rahul Manoj Mahajan, John Deere India

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please note that this is not recommended way to view/use the transaction which you are not authorized to view/use. This document does not recommend it but simply shares the information and user will be responsible for further consequences for using transactions without authority.  

Introduction:

In SAP R3 system, we have many transaction codes and as an ABAP developer, we may not have access to all of them. This is purely based on the roles defined for user. However, at times we need access to some transaction. This can be achieved using SAP provided standard Function Modules CALL_TRANSACTION_FROM_TABLE or C160_TRANSACTION_CALL.

Let’s have the close look at it by using transaction code SE14. Let’s say user doesn’t have access to tcode SE14.

Execute the SE14 transaction on command line and then you will receive below message.

Enter the Function Module name CALL_TRANSACTION_FROM_TABLE and click on execute.

Click on Execute and following screen will appear.

Enter the transaction code which you want to view in IMPORT Parameter and click on Execute. You will see the output as follows.

Now, let’s see using other FM C160_TRANSACTION_CALL.

Enter the Function Module name C160_TRANSACTION_CALL and click on execute.

Click on Execute and following screen will appear.

Enter the transaction code which you want to view in IMPORT Parameter and click on Execute. You will see the output as follows.  

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