Authorization Object: P_CH_PK

HR-CH: Pension Fund: Account Access

Category: Pension Fund: General Parts



This object is used to check access authorization for pension fund
accounts. This check occurs in transactions or reports that process
account data.
To have access to an account, a read authorization (
authorization level R) is required. If you want to
create a posting, a write authorization is required (
authorization level W). For special operations in
the accounts – such as offsetting entries for user defined postings or
changing the lock date – an extended account authorization (
authorization level X) is required.
Access to an account can be explicitly denied with
authorization level ‘-‘.

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Object Fields

The list below includes the object’s fields, ordered by industry-standard importance:

AUTGR HR-CH: Authorization Group For PF Accounts Filled in 62% of cases
KONNR Individual PF Account Number Filled in 62% of cases
PKKLV HR-CH: Pension Fund : Authorization Level For Account Access Filled in 100% of cases


Popularity Statistics

Average popularity of P_CH_PK in roles: 0% (What does this mean?)
Average popularity of P_CH_PK by users: 1% (What does this mean?)

Object P_CH_PK is frequently used by users in the following areas:
BC:Basis Components

Environmental Analysis

1. Common authorization objects used with P_CH_PK:

P_ORGINCON HR: Master Data With Context Objects appear together in 75% of cases
P_NL_PKEV Objects appear together in 62% of cases
P_ORGIN HR: Master Data Objects appear together in 12% of cases
P_PCLX HR: Clusters Objects appear together in 12% of cases

  2. Appearance of P_CH_PK in T-Codes:

PACB PF account maintenance Used in 100% of cases
PACC PF debugger Used in 100% of cases
PACE Pension fund : Postings Used in 100% of cases
PACEN New posting maintenance Used in 100% of cases
PACO Account/Posting maintenance PF Used in 100% of cases
PC00_M02_LPKKC0 Account evaluation Used in 100% of cases
PC00_M02_LPKSC0 Pension Fund Universal Evaluation Used in 100% of cases
PFDT Overview of Insured Persons’ Data Used in 87% of cases
PACA PF Administration Used in 75% of cases

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