Configure Security Audit Log
Make mass changes in the table log
Conceptually, the user types Database User and Technical User are distinguished. Database users are users that represent a real person in the database. As soon as a Database User is deleted, all (!) database objects created by this Database User are also deleted. Technical users are users who perform technical tasks in the database. Examples include the SYS and _SYS_REPO users, which allow administrative tasks such as creating a new database object or assigning privileges.
You can also use the SU53 transaction to centrally view failed permission checks. Open the transaction and go to Permissions > Other Users or F5 to the User Selection menu. Enter the user whose permissions have failed in the field with the same name. In the results list, you can see permissions that have failed for each user, as in our example, the missing permission to display the AGR_1251 table. You can see that more than one authorization object appears in this evaluation.
The object S_PROGRAM checks since SAP Release 2.x for the field TRDIR-SECU i.e. the authorization group of the program. As of Release 7.40, you can optionally switch on a check for the object S_PROGNAM. For more information, see note 2272827 for further instructions. The check on S_PROGNAM MUST first be activated in the customer system. Note, however, that they CORRECTLY authorize S_PROGNAM before doing so, otherwise NOBODY except emergency users will be able to start any report or report transaction after the SACF scenario is activated.
Different users in your SAP system will have different password rules, password changes, and login restrictions. The new security policy allows you to define these user-specific and client-specific. It happens again and again that there are special requirements for password rules, password changes and login restrictions for different users in your SAP system. There may be different reasons for this.
"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.
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The SU10 transaction, as the user administrator, helps you maintain bulk user master records.
The main reason for this is the tight process structure, which enables a smooth transition between the two modules.