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Transactional and Native or Analytical Tiles in the FIORI Environment
You can automate the translation of the texts by using the LSMW transaction. This transaction is intended for migration tasks, but is also very well suited to allow a particular transaction to be repeated and automated. You record the execution of a transaction and get the variables of the text blocks (technical role name, role description, etc.). You can add values from an import file based on Microsoft Excel to each flow loop. For example, the Excel file contains a table with the columns Technical role name, description German, description English. The LSMW script works through the import file line by line and thus role by role.

Initial passwords for standard users are extremely risky because they are published. Make sure that this vulnerability does not exist in your system landscape. An SAP system is always shipped with certain standard users or they are automatically set up for the transport management system, for example. These default users use initial passwords that are well known. Close this vulnerability by changing the passwords and protecting the default users from unauthorised use. In this tip we will show you how you can clarify the status of your standard users' passwords and give you recommendations on the settings of your profile parameters.
Here, the authorizations are either derived from the role menu (through the authorization default values (transaction SU24) or can also be edited manually in expert mode. The individual authorization objects are divided into object classes. For example, the object class AAAB (cross-application authorization objects) contains the authorization object S_TCODE (transaction code check at transaction start) with the authorization field value TCD (transaction code).

The context-dependent authorizations combine the general and structural authorizations and avoid situations like in the example above. The context-dependent authorizations can be separated so finely that a separation of functions can be made possible without any gaps. Basically, with context-dependent authorizations, the authorization objects are supplemented by structural authorization profiles. This means that authorizations are no longer assigned generally, but only for the objects in the authorization profile. The use of context-dependent authorizations means that the familiar P_ORGIN authorization objects are replaced by P_ORGINCON and P_ORGXX by P_ORGXXCON. The new authorization objects then contain a parameter for the authorization profile.

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.

A note box in which data of all kinds can be quickly filed and retrieved. This is what Scribble Papers promises. At first, the program looks very spartan. But once a small structure is in place, you realise the great flexibility of this little helper.

If a login is now made via other authentication methods (such as SSO), these are not affected by the password lock.

However, these can be used as a starting point and adapted accordingly after a copy has been created.
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