SAP Business Objects: CMCRegister Card Configuration Permissions
Change and Release Management
SAP's client concept enables a SAP system to be split into several logical sub-systems - clients. These subsystems can be used independently and in isolation as separate systems. But how should non-client transactions be treated? How can you prevent one client from accessing the other and why should you want to prevent that? In this blog post, I will answer these questions and discuss some negative examples. Why is it important to consider independent transactions separately? Imagine that every one of your employees is allowed to create or change a client in the production system, or worse, both. Creating and modifying a client in the production system is authorised and documented - you wonder what could possibly go wrong? The risk in this case is a loss of integrity of system and data, loss of confidentiality: With each new client, Superuser SAP* lives up to its comprehensive, cross-client rights and the assigned standard password.
You can also create your own folder with your transactions as a folder in the SAP Easy Access menu. Because if you create many transactions as favorites, it can quickly become confusing. So you can easily and quickly group your transactions in different folders.
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A clearly structured and secure authorization management is very important to avoid errors and prevent access by unauthorized persons. These services are part of our authorization management:
Daily checks are still commonplace for many SAP customers today; with Avantra, they are a thing of the past. These are manual checks that a bot can perform hundreds of times each day. Similarly, a bot can create incidents or notifications when something goes wrong.
For administrators, a useful product - "Shortcut for SAP Systems" - is available in the SAP basis area.
Monitoring tools can automatically scan application logs, identify potential errors and even suggest fixes, making it much easier to get to the root of the problem.
A BW system often plays a very central role in larger companies.