SAP Authorizations Using eCATT to maintain roles - SAP Basis

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Using eCATT to maintain roles
Create order through role-based permissions
If you want to export the movement data of the productive system to a development system, you should first export user master records and the permission proposal values and archive the complete change documents. After importing, you can then delete the imported change documents, in analogy to the client copy, and then reload and index the original change documents of the development system. The activities described here require administrative permissions for the change documents (S_SCD0 and S_ARCHIVE) and, if applicable, for the table logs (S_TABU_DIS or S_TABU_NAM and S_ARCHIVE). These permissions should be considered critical, and you should assign them to a small circle.

Roles are assigned according to the function of employees in the company and their validity is limited depending on the task. Removing role assignments manually in user master kits is very tedious. We'll show you how it's easier. Over time, users of your SAP system have accumulated many roles in the user master set. These roles have different validity periods. Some roles have already expired, and other roles may be assigned multiple times, because a user might perform multiple roles in the organisation, some of which have the same roles. Now you are looking for an easy way to delete role assignments that have expired or to remove multiple role assignments.
Controlling file access permissions
A universally applicable template for a reliable and functioning authorization concept does not exist due to the individuality and the different processes within each company. Therefore, the structures of the company and the relevant processes must be analyzed in detail during the creation process. Some core elements of the authorization concept to be created can be defined in advance. These include the overarching goal, the legal framework, a naming convention, clarification of responsibilities and process flows for both user and authorization management, and the addition of special authorizations. Only with clearly defined responsibilities can the effectiveness of a concept be guaranteed.

We advise you not to use the self-set password with a self-service as a generated password is more secure. The password is generated depending on the password rules; This is done by first evaluating the settings in the security policy assigned to the user. If no security policy has been assigned to the user, the system will consider the password rules in the profile parameters and in the customising table PRNG_CUST. In order for the associated security policy to be considered, you may need to include the correction provided with SAP Note 1890833. Remember that the BAPI_USER_CHANGE function block does not automatically unlock the user. In the event of a lock-out due to incorrect logins, you still have to unlock the user using the BAPI_USER_UNLOCK.

During go-live, the assignment of necessary authorizations is particularly time-critical. The "Shortcut for SAP systems" application provides functions for this purpose, so that the go-live does not get bogged down because of missing authorizations.

You will be aware that you do not necessarily have to move in the Customer Name Room when assigning names of PFCG roles and therefore have a lot of freedom.

Read how to copy and paste the buttons in the dialogue box to maintain field values to the authorization objects.
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