SAP Authorizations Use timestamp in transaction SU25

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Use timestamp in transaction SU25
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The Security Audit Log can also log customer-specific events in restricted way starting with SAP NetWeaver 7.31. The event definitions DUX, DUY and DUZ are reserved for customers and delivered with a dummy expression. For these events, you can then define individually configurable messages using the RSAU_WRITE_CUSTOMER_EVTS function block. To do this, you must first identify the additional necessary events and define their message texts and variables. Note that you may not change the meaning of the message and the arrangement of the variables later, as this would prevent older log files from being readable. Finally, you must include the new message definitions in your filters (transaction SM19). You will find the corrections and an overview of the required support packages in SAP Note 1941526. Since the use of this functionality requires extensive knowledge about the Security Audit Log, it is important that you also consider the recommendations in SAP Note 1941568 and that you can be supported by a basic consultant.

Customising roles are temporary because of their project nature. Therefore, when assigning users, maintain the end date. You cannot also map transactions manually if you created a role directly from a project or project view. Conversely, you cannot use an existing transaction role in the menu as a customising role. The transactions associated with a customising role are not displayed in the Session Manager or the SAP Easy Access menu, but can only be viewed through the view in the customising.
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For an up-to-date description of the eligibility tests in the EWA, see SAP Note 863362. Updates to these checks are provided by keeping the ST-SER software component, which contains the definition of checks to be performed, up to date and enabling the automatic content update in the SAP Solution Manager.

The other fields in the SMEN_BUFFC table describe the structure of the favourites, where the OBJECT_ID field is the unique key of the favourite entry. In the PARENT_ID field, you will find the parent item's object ID, and the MENU_LEVEL field describes the level of the entry in the favourite folder structure. You can read the order in which the favourite entries are sorted from the SORT_ORDER field.

"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.

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In this hierarchy, you assign the user as the person of the post.

You can use your own authorization objects to develop permission checks to authorise your custom applications or extend default permissions.
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