Controlling file access permissions
Permissions with Maintenance Status Changed or Manual
You have developed applications yourself and would like to maintain suggestion values for them? The easiest way to do this is with the help of the permission trace. Permission checks are also performed on self-developed applications. These applications must therefore be included in the PFCG rolls. If they are maintained in a role menu, you will notice that in addition to the start permissions (such as S_TCODE), no other authorization objects are added to the PFCG role. The reason for this is that even for customer-specific applications suggestion values must be maintained to ensure that the PFCG role care runs according to the rules and to facilitate the care for you. Up to now, the values of customer-owned applications had to be either manually maintained in the PFCG role, or the suggested values maintenance in the transaction SU24 was performed manually.
To make the most of the time stamping process, you should fill the time stamp tables in the legacy system before upgrading. Implement SAP Note 1599128. With this correction, the report SU25_INITIALIZE_TSTMP is delivered, which allows to write the current timestamps of your data from the transaction SU22 into the respective timestamp tables USOBT_TSTMP and USOBX_TSTMP. After the upgrade, you will have a reference date for your SU22 data, which you can use to compare with the SAP proposal data shipped for the new release. Setting the timestamps in the legacy release reduces the effort required to complete step 2a, because only those applications whose SU22 data has been modified are matched. If you have not filled the timestamp tables in the old release, the tables in your new release will be empty. In this case, in step 2a, the content of the SAP proposal values will be compared to the customer proposal values, regardless of a timestamp.
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In order to provide user authorisation support, you often need their information. However, there is also the possibility to view missing permissions centrally for all users. If a user has a permission issue, a ticket is usually displayed at support. However, it is difficult for a support worker to understand permissions errors because they have different permissions and are often missing detailed information about the application where the permission error occurred. In practice, therefore, support staff often help themselves by asking the user to send a screenshot of the transaction SU53. Because this transaction shows the last failed permission check. In many cases, however, the information displayed there is not helpful to the permission administrator. You may have seen that a screenshot from the SU53 transaction shows a missing permission for typical base authorization objects, such as S_ADMI_FCD, S_CTS_ADMI, or S_TRANSLAT, but you know that your check has nothing to do with the actual permissions problem in the application. So you need the opportunity to see for yourself.
If there are no buttons for copying and pasting in the PFCG transaction, you can simply insert them. Only seven lines are displayed in the dialogue box to maintain field values to properties in transaction PFCG. Up to now it was not possible to insert more than these seven lines at once from the clipboard. However, this may often be necessary in the context of the maintenance of permissions, for example if you want to use entries from other roles. Read how to copy and paste the buttons in the dialogue box to maintain field values to the authorization objects.
The possibility of assigning authorizations during the go-live can be additionally secured by using "Shortcut for SAP systems".
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Additional permission check on the S_RZL_ADM authorization object: For security reasons, an additional permission check is performed on the S_RZL_ADM authorization object for special PSE (Personal Security Environment) files with access type 01 (Create).
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