SAP Authorizations Essential authorizations and parameters in the SAP® environment

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Essential authorizations and parameters in the SAP® environment
The first step is to create an IMG project. You can create a new project or edit an existing project to create a customising role. To do this, call the SPRO_ADMI project management entry transaction. If a suitable project is not available, you can view the list of SAP customising activities. To do this, click the SAP Reference-IMG button or create a new project. To do this, select the Create Project button ( ) or the (F5) button. A new window will open, where you enter the project name. Note that you have a maximum of ten characters for the name. Once you have confirmed your input, a new screen will open. The General Data tab allows you to specify users, project managers, project times, and the language for the information texts.

SAP Note 1707841 ships an extension to the system trace in the STAUTHTRACE transaction, which enables the permission trace to be used on all or on specific application servers. To select the application servers on which to start the trace, click the System Trace button. Now select the application servers in the list on which you want to run the system trace and start the trace with a click on Trace. In the evaluation of the Permission trace, an additional column named Server Name appears, showing you the name of the application server on which the respective permission checks were logged.
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Which users have a specific role (PFCG)? To answer this question you start with the transaction PFCG - the mother of all transactions in the environment of SAP roles and authorizations. Select a role and click on the "Users" tab.

Of course, these objects can be adapted to the requirements of a company at any time. If a new program is required in the namespace of a company, the programmer decides which authorization objects should be checked in this program. If the standard objects do not meet the desired requirements, the programmer can create his own authorization objects that contain the required authorization fields.

Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".

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The Permissions check continues again if the table in question is a client-independent table.

In addition, with the permission proposal value maintenance, you can make sure that the new authorization object is not forgotten in a role system, because it is now loaded automatically into the PFCG role when the application is called up via the role menu.
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