Emergency user concept
Incorrect use of the user types and password rules can result in the shutdown of the RFC interfaces. Find out what types of users you can use and how the password rules affect these types of users. In the SAP system, you can choose between different user types when creating users. These user types control the login behaviour and also the impact of password rules on the user. This can lead to undesirable behaviour, especially if the parameter for the validity of the initial password is set. It is often not known that the password rules also apply to users of the communication type. Communication users usually use an initial password because a dialogue is not possible and the password is not changed. If parameters for the validity of the initial password are now also introduced, these also apply to communication users. We will show you how to prevent such problems and give you an overview of the types of users and the impact of the password rules.
Role credentials saved by the last edit are displayed. This option is not recommended if transactions have been changed in the Role menu.
In the display image of your selected table, go to the Tools menu and select Assign Permissions Group. On the following image, you can then change the association with a table permission group or assign a new permission group. To do this, click the View/Modify button ( ) and enter your permission group in the Permission field.
For each area, the connection to other modules is the first priority. For example, for the Controlling division, the connection to the Finance division is first established by connecting the accounting area (FI) to the cost accounting area(s). The assignment of the cost accounting area to the result area is then an internal allocation within the controlling. If no allocations are found for certain valid organisational values, one of the two modules or the relevant functional area shall not be used for the organisational units of the enterprise.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
The smaller the group of people with access, the smaller the risk of data falling into the wrong hands.
As an SAP SuccessFactors implementation partner, we are often confronted with complex authorization constellations.