Unclear responsibilities, especially between business and IT
Maintain batch job suggestion values
Remove improperly defined SAP Orgebene ($CLASS): This function deletes the $CLASS organisational level that was incorrectly delivered with the GRCPlug-in (Governance, Risk and Compliance). Use the test mode of the report to look at possible corrections in advance.
What roles does my user have (SU01)? We start with a simple question: which roles are actually assigned to your SAP user? With the transaction SU01 you can view your (or other) SAP user. Among a lot of other information, you can find the assigned single and composite roles on the "Roles" tab.
Include customising tables in the IMG
If business partners are deposited to the user IDs, the standard evaluation paths lead to a dead end. Adjust it so that the indirect role mapping works anyway. In SAP CRM, you can set up an organisation management, as in SAP HCM. You can maintain organisational units and posts and assign business partners with their user IDs. In SAP CRM, however, there is the specificity that user IDs are not directly assigned to a job, but are usually indirectly assigned by the associated business partner. All persons and organisations involved in business processes are represented as business partners in SAP CRM.
Secure management of access options in the SAP system is essential for any company. This makes it all the more important to analyze and improve the authorizations assigned. This step serves as optimal preparation for your S/4 HANA migration. Managed Services supports central and efficient administration to ensure an optimal overview. In order to sustainably improve your processes, a database provides information on possible optimizations for SAP licenses.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
On the following image, you can then change the association with a table permission group or assign a new permission group.
Standard permissions required for a functionally fully descriptive role should be maintained accordingly.