Do not assign SAP_NEW
Make sense in maintaining proposal values
Users of your Web applications should have access to the applications that correspond to their particular business roles. You can use the S_START authorization object to map this request in the PFCG roles. Applications based on SAP products offer users different access methods, of which the use of SAP GUI with application-related SAP transactions is to be called "classic". In Web applications, application interfaces are represented in a Web browser. Not only transactional processes, but also the display of results from data analyses or static facts should be supported. The SAP transaction model, which controls access through the S_TCODE authorization object, does not meet these requirements.
Another function of this transaction is to find transactions based on generic table access transactions. Here you can check whether there are parameter or variant transactions for a given table, or for a particular view, for which you can set up permissions, instead of allowing access to the table through generic table access tools. If a search result is generated, you can even search for roles that have permissions for the selected alternative applications. To do this, click the Roles button (Use in Single Roles). When using this tool, make sure that even if applications have the same startup properties, there may be different usage characteristics, such as SU22 and SU24 transactions. Both transactions have the same start properties, but are used for different purposes and display different data.
User and authorization management
Additional checks should be performed on document transactions in specific processes. This may be necessary, for example, when booking via interfaces in customer-owned processes, if the booking is to be possible only under certain conditions or on certain accounts.
A typical application arises when a new SAP user is requested. The data owner now checks whether the person making the request and the person to be authorized are at all authorized to do so, what data would be affected, whether an SAP user already exists to whom new roles can be assigned and old ones revoked, whether data access can be limited in time, and so on.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
The freeware Scribble Papers is a "note box" in which all kinds of data can be stored. It takes in typed texts as well as graphics and entire documents. The data is then organised in folders and pages.
While this all looks very comfortable (and probably is at first), it has its drawbacks in the long run.
In addition to defining permissions for external RFC access through the S_RFC authorization object, it is possible to prevent external calls to function blocks.