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SAP S/4HANA: Analysis and simple adjustment of your authorizations
You must set up a message class for later use. To do this, you will be prompted automatically when the transaction GGB0 is first called. If some relevant fields of the complete document are hidden, i.e. not available, please refer to the instructions in the SAPHinweis 413956. Set up validation in the GGB0 transaction (such as GALILEO) and determine the steps of validation. In the validation process, copy the RGGBR000 programme into your Customer Name Room, replacing the last three characters with the number of the client in which the validation will be performed. Then assign your new customer-owned programme with the GCX2 transaction to the GBLR user exit control workspace. This assignment has created the prerequisite for client-dependent user exits. If you want to set up a client-independent user exit, do the same, but use the transaction GCX1.
Your compliance requirements specify that background jobs that are used should be maintained with permission proposals? We'll show you how to do that. Particularly in the banking environment, there are very strict guidelines for the permissions of background jobs used for monthly and quarterly financial statements, etc. Only selected users or dedicated system users may have these permissions. In order to clearly distinguish these permissions from the end-user permissions, it is useful to explicitly maintain the permissions for specific background jobs with suggestion values, so that these values can be used repeatedly to maintain permissions and are therefore transparent. You may have noticed that in the transaction SU24 you have no way to maintain background job credentials. So what's the best way to do that?
SAP S/4HANA® migration audit
The specific SAP_NEW authorization object imprints are provided via the SAP_BASIS component. Therefore, an SAP_NEW profile is always bound to a specific base release. Proceed as follows: With the transaction SU02, you remove all old, individual profiles from the SAP_NEW composite profile, including the profile that belongs to the start release of your upgrade. Now assign the reduced SAP_NEW permission profile to all users in the upgrade preparation system, ensuring that all users can work as usual. This step can be omitted if you are following another method to identify missing permissions. Now check all permissions in all remaining profiles within the SAP_NEW summary profile that have a higher release level than the SAP_BASIS upgrade start release. Map all required permissions to all productive roles in your permission concept. You can do this for each intermediate release individually. The next step is to adjust the permissions in your productively used roles in the PFCG transaction, and then remove the corresponding permissions from the SAP_NEW profile using the SU02 transaction. Repeat steps 3 through 4 until the SAP_NEW permission profile is empty. Work in a development system during the role adjustment phase and transport the adjustments made to your eligibility roles to your quality assurance system. After successful acceptance test, you transport them to the production system. Now you can remove the SAP_NEW profile from all users. You can then proceed with role follow-up as part of the release change in the SU25 transaction (see also Tip 43, "Customise Permissions After an Upgrade").
You can implement the first request for additional verifications when performing document transactions by using document validation. In this example, we assume that the document is posted through an interface and that you want to check permissions for custom authorization objects and/or certain data constellations. There are different dates for document validation. The complete document can always be validated, if only the information from document header (time 1) or document position (time 2) is available to you, this can also be sufficient depending on the scenario. In such cases, you need to create validation at the appropriate times. Before you can write a User-Exit in a validation, you have to make some preparations.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
Assign tables or views to a table authorization group using transaction SE11 or SE54.
The Security Audit Log now logs the table or view name and the scheduled activity of external table access via RFC connections; a new message type has been defined.