SAP Authorizations Context-dependent authorizations - SAP Basis

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Context-dependent authorizations
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If you want to set up a new client or take over the movement data of the productive system in a development system, you should also consider the modification documents. If you have a client copy, you should first delete the indexing of the change documents (table SUIM_CHG_IDX), since you can restore the indexing after the copy. To do this, use the SUIM_CTRL_CHG_IDX report without selecting a date and check the Reset Index box. After the copy has been made, delete the change documents that are dependent on the client; This also applies to the client-independent change documents (e.g., proposed permissions, table logs) if you have copied the client to a new system. In addition, you should remove the shadow database alterations before copying the client and complete the index build after the copy. In any case, check the Reset Index box in the SUIM_CTRL_CHG_IDX report!

A far more elaborate way is the identification via the business roll customising. Here you first identify the technical name of the area start page or the logical link in the customising of your business role in the CRMC_UI_PROFILE transaction. If you have an area start page, check the technical name of the corresponding logical link. The next step is to switch to the navigation bar customising in the transaction CRMC_UI_NBLINKS and identify to the technical name of your logical link the corresponding target ID in the View Define logical link. If you use the target ID as the search parameter in the CRMC_UI_COMP_IP table, you will get the information about component name, component window, and inbound plug as the search result.
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The concept for in-house developments is obligatory for every company that writes its own software. It specifies requirements, for example, for the structure, naming and documentation of program components, and in particular for dealing with safety-critical aspects. The wording should not be too general, but should explicitly address the special features of programming in SAP.

We would like to point out that after defining and implementing a authorization object, you should no longer change the permission field list, as this will cause inconsistencies. Once you have determined that you want to add more fields to your check, assign your authorization object to the AAAA object class and create a new authorization object.

With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you can automate the assignment of roles after a go-live.

Relevant information is your release and support package stand, as well as SAP notes and their versions.

In total, there are the following three traces to authorization checks: 1) Authorization trace (transaction STUSOBTRACE) 2) System trace (transaction ST01 or STAUTHTRACE) 3) User trace (transaction STUSERTRACE).
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