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Set up permissions to access specific CO-PA measures
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A user is displayed in the results list if one of the two transactions with the corresponding expression is included in its corresponding permission profile. If the logical link were fully linked to OR, a corresponding user would appear in the results list if only one of the four permissions is in the user's master set and thus in the permission profile.

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.
Additional permission check on the S_RZL_ADM authorization object: For security reasons, an additional permission check is performed on the S_RZL_ADM authorization object for special PSE (Personal Security Environment) files with access type 01 (Create). These files are called *.pse and cred_v2. These files are required for single sign-on, encryption and digital signatures. They are maintained using the transaction STRUST and the transaction STRUSTSSO2, which require the same permission (see SAP Note 1497104 for details).

Some queries are also a bit complicated with the SUIM transaction. With SAP Query, you can quickly assemble queries that enable individual and more complex data evaluations. Do you want to know quickly which valid users currently have a modified access to a particular table, or what roles are users granted permission for a particular transaction? The SAP standard tool, the user information system, is an excellent solution for this type of data retrieval. However, at the latest during the next review, targeted queries with data combinations - and thus several SUIM query sequences - must be delivered within a short time. SAP queries can facilitate this task. An SAP Query is essentially a clear way to scan tables for specific data away from the SE16 transaction. There is the possibility to link multiple tables (join), which makes multiple SE16 queries just one SAP query. For example, if you want to know what roles users are entitled to perform the SCC4 transaction, you can use the SUIM transaction to query to determine which users can perform the transaction and view the roles that enable it in another query, but there is no result that shows both.

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

Please note that depending on the results of the RSUSR003 report, a system log message of type E03 is generated.

This report has two functions: PFCG role consolidation - Identical roles are grouped into a single user base when validity periods overlap or connect directly to each other.
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