Structural authorizations are about views of the organization. They most certainly cannot stand alone, but rather allow more flexibility in how roles are assigned. For example, an HR administrator role could be assigned to several plant HR people. It is unlikely that you want people at plant A to be able to see information for plant B or vice versa. You can do this with role based authorizations, but it is much more difficult to maintain.
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