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Roles and permissions in SAP SuccessFactors often grow organically and become confusing
User trace - Transaction: STUSERTRACE - With the transaction STUSERTRACE you call the user trace. Basically, this is the authorization trace (transaction STUSOBTRACE), which filters for individual users. So you can call exactly the authorization trace and set the filter on a user. As with the authorization trace, the profile parameter "auth/authorization_trace" must be set accordingly in the parameter administration (transaction RZ10).

You can find the report RSUSR010 in the User Information System under the entry Transactions > Executable Transactions (all selections). You can run the report for users, roles, profiles, and permissions as described above. We will describe the evaluation for the users below (see figure next page above); for the other selection options, the operation of the report is analogous. The RSUSR010 report identifies all transactions that a user is allowed to start. In the list of executable transactions, you can then double-click on the transaction (for example, PFCG) to view the list of authorization objects and values for that transaction.
SAP authorizations: Recommendations for setting up, monitoring and controlling
Launch the QuickViewer for SAP Query with the SQVI transaction. Create a new query named ZMYSUIM on the entry screen. Enter a description of it and - this is the most important step - specify a table join as the data source. You can now specify your data sources on the following screen. You can select the tables in the menu via Edit > Insert Table (or by pressing the button ). In our case, this would be the AGR_ 1251 table for the Role Permissions Values and the AGR_USERS table for the user assignments in rolls. The system automatically proposes a join of the tables via shared data columns. In our example, this is the name of the role.

Setting the confidentiality or encryption markers in the SEND_EMAIL_FOR_USER method affects the display of the e-mail in Business Communication Services Administration (transaction SCOT). If the email is marked as confidential, it can only be viewed by the sender or the creator of the email. The sender and the creator need not necessarily be identical, for example, if you have entered the system as the sender. The e-mail creator is the one who ran the application in the context of which the e-mail was created. The encryption flag also automatically sets the confidentiality of the email. The e-mail is not stored in the system in encrypted form, but is protected against unauthorised access by the confidentiality flag. However, access by the sender or creator is still possible. You should also note that the subject of the email is not encrypted.

During go-live, the assignment of necessary authorizations is particularly time-critical. The "Shortcut for SAP systems" application provides functions for this purpose, so that the go-live does not get bogged down because of missing authorizations.

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In the SU53 error excerpt, the first thing that is displayed is the authorization that the user is missing.

You should also consider the security advisories that apply to applications that are installed on your system but that you do not use productively.
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