SAP Authorizations Use system recommendations to introduce security

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Use system recommendations to introduce security
Authorization roles (transaction PFCG)
Furthermore, the statistical data of other users (user activities, such as executed reports and transactions) should be classified as sensitive, since it may be possible to draw conclusions about work behavior using this data. This data can be displayed using transaction ST03N, for example. Access authorizations to the two types of data mentioned above should be assigned only very restrictively.

How is it possible to jump from one transaction to another without checking the eligibility for the target transaction? With the CALL TRANSACTION statement! In this tip, we will explain how you can grant permissions for jumps from one transaction to another using the ABAP CALL TRANSACTION command, or actively determine which checks to perform. The CALL TRANSACTION statement does not automatically check the user's permission to perform the invoked transaction. If no verification takes place in the invoked programme, it must be installed in the calling programme by adding additional features for the eligibility check.
Standard authorisation
Now the structure must be filled "with life". To do this, you must first create meaningful subfolders in the customer's own structure. As already mentioned, these are mostly based on the SAP modules. Make sure that you also set your customising for additional add-ons, so that later the work of support organisations is easier. Call the transaction SOBJ. There, you create customising objects that will later be reused in your IMG structure. It is useful to name the object exactly as the corresponding table. This simplifies the later maintenance in the IMG structure. Here you also decide whether and how the tables can possibly be maintained in the productive system. To do this, select the appropriate entries in the Category and Transport fields and check the Current setting option. Repeat this for all custom customising tables that are still needed.

In the Output pane, you can view the change documents of a remote subsidiary system, or in the Selection Criteria pane, you can restrict the change documents for the central system (transmit system) or only for specific daughter systems. In the lower part, you can select the distribution parameters that you are interested in changing. The evaluation includes information about all changes in the ZBV configuration and in the attached subsidiary systems, as of the time the corresponding release or support package was inserted into the systems. In addition to the date, time and modifier, the evaluation also contains information about the respective model view, the status of the configured system and the action taken (old value and new value). In our example, you will see changes that have occurred in the SCUA transaction, such as creating a model view and adding subsidiary systems, changes made in the SCUG transaction, such as the user adoption, and changes to the distribution parameters in the SCUM transaction.

The possibility of assigning authorizations during the go-live can be additionally secured by using "Shortcut for SAP systems".

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.

With the modification comparison it is now possible to match your changes with the default values.

There you will be asked if you want to accept the data and confirm with Yes.
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