SAP Authorizations Starting Web Dynpro ABAP applications

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Starting Web Dynpro ABAP applications
Note the effect of user types on password rules
You would like to revise your authorisation concept and tailor SAP roles only to the productive processes. We show you how to use the statistical usage data from the Workload Monitor for the SAP role definition. One of the biggest effort drivers in redesigning SAP role concepts is the definition of transactional expression of SAP roles. By using the statistical usage data from the workload monitor, you can avoid costly coordination with process managers in the sense of a Green Field Approach. In this way, you can tailor your SAP role concepts to the content of the usage behaviour. The only requirement is that the data be available for a representative period. This is two months in the SAP standard; You can also extend this time period. Below we describe how you can use the statistical usage data from the Workload Monitor for the SAP role definition.

Step 2d (Show Modified Transaction Codes) lists all roles that have been found to use an old transaction code. Sometimes, new transaction codes replace old transaction codes. In this step you have the option to exchange the transaction codes. Once you have completed the upgrade of the Eligibility proposal values, you will be given the option in Step 3 (Transport of the Customer Tables). Transport your permissions suggestions in your system landscape.
Object S_BTCH_NAM and S_BTCH_NA1 (use of foreign users in Steps)
After activation, advanced security checks are available in the usual development environment within the ABAP Test Cockpit. The ABAP Test Cockpit is a graphical framework for developers. Various test tools, such as the Code Inspector or the SAP Code Vulnerability Analyser, can be integrated into this. All available test tools can be initiated from this central location and present their results in a common view. No training is required to intuit the tool.

Insert SAP Notes 1656965 and 1793961 into your system. With these hints, the report RSUSR_LOCK_USERS is delivered or extended. This report supports automatic selection and blocking of inactive users. To do this, you have to select the criteria in the selection screen of the RSUSR_LOCK_USERS report, according to which you want to lock or invalidate users. You can determine the choice of users by using various criteria. It is recommended to take into account the period since the last login in the Days since last login field and the password status in the Days since password change field. You have the option to check the result of the selection and view the users found. To do this, select the Test of Selection action in the Select Action pane. You can also choose between the User Lock-outs (Local Lock-outs) and User Unlock (Local Lock-outs) actions in this area. You can set the end of a user's validity by clicking the corresponding options for "today" or "yesterday". Note that you can only set the validity for current users.

For the assignment of existing roles, regular authorization workflows require a certain minimum of turnaround time, and not every approver is available at every go-live. With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you have options to assign urgently needed authorizations anyway and to additionally secure your go-live.

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A permission concept is only as good as the code that performs the permission checks.

Key users should be able to access certain reports regularly, but only read information relevant to their work.
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