Then run step 2c. Here too, there are new features. You will be shown a selection of the roles to match again. However, you have the possibility to perform a simulation of the mixing process via the button Mix. This allows you to see which permissions would be changed in the roles without actually doing so. For more information, see Tip 44, "Compare Role Upgrade Permissions".
Another important authorization object for background processing is the object S_BTCH_NAM, which allows a user to run the steps of a job under another user (see SM36 -> Edit step). Here, a name other than the user's own can be entered in the user field of a step. The prerequisite is that the job scheduler has an authorization for the object S_BTCH_NAM, which contains the name of the step user, and that the step user exists in the same client as the job scheduler itself. From 4.6C: The step user must be of type Dialog, Service, System or Communication.
Permissions in the Permission Tree with status are only deleted if the last transaction associated with the permission has been deleted from the Role menu. Delete and recreate the profile and permissions All permissions are created anew. Previously maintained, changed or manual values will be lost and deleted. The exception here is the values that are filled by the organisation levels.
One way of gaining direct access to downstream systems from the development system and possibly performing unauthorized activities there is to use incorrectly configured interfaces. In principle, interfaces within a transport landscape should be avoided with regard to the criticality of the systems "uphill", i.e. from an "unsafe" to a "safe" system (e.g. E system to Q or P system). However, this cannot always be implemented; for example, such interfaces are needed within the transportation system. Without going too deeply into the subject, however, critical interfaces can be characterized by the following properties. Critical interfaces refer to a critical system and a critical client, contain an interface user with critical authorizations in the target client, contain its deposited password.
However, if your Identity Management system is currently not available or the approval path is interrupted, you can still assign urgently needed authorizations with "Shortcut for SAP systems".
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However, this cannot always be implemented; for example, such interfaces are needed within the transportation system.
We would like to point out that after defining and implementing a authorization object, you should no longer change the permission field list, as this will cause inconsistencies.