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After couple of these BW tweets (first one – Learning SAP BW, The Twitter way – BW-Tweet #1 and second one – Learning SAP BW, The Twitter way – BW-Tweet #2) there is increased traffic on www.twitter.com/sapbwtweet and We (as going forward anyone, even you can contribute to this one) are sure that you are enjoying this weekly micro-blog (read tweet) every Monday –

 

And this one comes from my colleague and dear friend Sunmit Bhandari(http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.sdn.businesscard.sdnbusinesscard?u=a3hiqswix24%3d)

 

Tweet#3

 

Did you try this TCode? –

Transaction RSSMQ – Used to check user authorization for queries or planning layouts. Utility for system admin to manage and understand user authorization from a single transaction.

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer – Idea is to learn something in couple of seconds without going through lengthy blogs or articles. BW-Tweet hopes to exist with blogs and articles rather than replacing those. Also this is reproduction of concepts and in no way qualify as an original piece of work.

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  1. Rahul Urs
    i think the twitter idea is great,unless its done with careful investigation. pls note that this tcode: RSSMQ is obsolete in 04’s and SAP suggests using RSECADMIN….hope to see clear details in your next tweet ….

    happy tweeting !

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    1. Vikash Agrawal Post author
      Thanks a lot Rahul for your comment and more importantly appreciating the concept. As you must have seen there is mixed response. I believe Tcode RSSM is obsolete not RSSMQ.

      Hope for continued support.

      Regards
      Vikash

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      1. Peter Kiener
        RSSM and RSSMQ are obsolet. With BI7 SAP recommends to use analysis authorisation instead of reporting authorisation, which means RSECADMIN and RSUDO. The tweets are a good idea but should not provide confusing information.
        BR Peter
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  2. Michael Nicholls
    the duplication. If they’re a tweet, then leave them that way. If I want to follow them, I will by using the twitter mechanism. If I’m not interested in following them, then why are they appearing in the SDN blogs?

    @portalhints

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    1. Vikash Agrawal Post author
      Hi Michael,
      Thanks for your comment and interest in the micro-blog. There has been bit of confusion around these micro blogs and trust me these are blogs (micro) which are being posted (URLs) on twitter rather than other way around. (So is there existence)

      Appreciate your feedback.

      Regards

      Vikash

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