Authorization Object: T_POS_ASS

Assign Attributes To Positions

Category: Transfer to Financial Accounting

 

Definition

This object checks if the user is allowed to create, change (delete),
or display position attributes. These attributes are the position’s
account assignment reference and the position management procedure.
The authorization check is currently only relevant for the parallel
valuation areas.
You can control the authorization for each Accounting code, valuation
area, and product type.
The check for assignment of the position management procedure is
carried out when a position is created either manually or
automatically. The check for assignment of the account assignment
reference is carried out with the first posting to the position or when
the account assignment reference is manually assigned to the position.

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Object Fields

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

ACC_CODE Accounting Code Filled in 84% of cases
ACTVT Activity Filled in 89% of cases
GSART Product Type Filled in 78% of cases
TRFCT Authorization Functions Filled in 89% of cases
VAL_AREA Valuation Area Filled in 78% of cases

 

Popularity Statistics

Average popularity of T_POS_ASS in roles: 0% (What does this mean?)
Average popularity of T_POS_ASS by users: 2% (What does this mean?)

Object T_POS_ASS is frequently used by users in the following areas:
FI:Financial Accounting
BC:Basis Components

Environmental Analysis

1. Common authorization objects used with T_POS_ASS:

T_DEPOT Securities Account Position Objects appear together in 15% of cases
T_DEAL_DP Authorization For Securities Account Objects appear together in 0% of cases
T_DEAL_PD Authorization For Product/Transaction Types Objects appear together in 0% of cases
T_DEAL_PF Portfolio Authorization Objects appear together in 0% of cases

  2. Appearance of T_POS_ASS in T-Codes:

TPM35 Manual posting Used in 100% of cases
TPM10 Post and fix transactions Used in 89% of cases
FWSO Automatic debit position Used in 73% of cases
FWZE Manual debit position Used in 73% of cases
TPM25 Post Margin Flows Used in 68% of cases
TPM18 Fix/Post Derived Business Transact. Used in 63% of cases

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