Using suggestion values and how to upgrade
Security Automation for SAP Security Checks
You can greatly facilitate the maintenance of permissions in controlling by defining the RESPAREA field as the organisational level, and thus using your cost centre and profit centre hierarchies. In the SAP system, you can define cost centre hierarchies and profit centre hierarchies. For example, they can map the expiration organisation or a matrix organisation in your company. To facilitate the mapping of permissions for the controlling reports, you can grant permissions to nodes in those hierarchies. You can do this by assigning permissions through the RESPAREA field, which is used in certain authorization objects in the controlling. We would like to facilitate the creation of roles for these permissions by explaining to you which activities are necessary in advance to define the RESPAREA field as an organisational level.
The second example requires additional permission checks to display certain documents in the FBL*N transactions. This can be achieved by means of the expression and activation of a function block in the BTE, the so-called processes and events. The sample function module BTE for the event 1650 can be found in the FIBF transaction in the area of Publish-&-Subscribe interfaces (Environment > Information System (P/S)). The sample function module is basically used to enrich data in the item display. To do this, he passes the complete record per document line and expects it to be enriched back. This is exactly what we are using.
BASICS FOR USING SAP REPORTS
Once you have defined your criteria for executing the report, you can create different variants for the report and schedule corresponding jobs to automatically lock down or invalidate the inactive users. If you want to start the report in a system that is connected to a Central User Management, you should consider the following points: You can only set local user locks. You can set the validity period only if the maintenance is set to Local in the settings of the Central User Management (this setting is set in the SCUM transaction).
In each filter, you can define for which clients and users events should be recorded. You can record the events depending on their audit class or categorisation, or you can select them directly via the detail setting. For the Client and User selection criteria, you can use generic values, i.e. you can select all clients or users that meet specific naming criteria (e.g., Client 10* or User SOS_*). For example, you can filter the loggers of multiple emergency users.
With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you can automate the assignment of roles after a go-live.
Applications are logged through the Launch Permissions checks.
In general, roles should not contain too many transactions; Smaller roles are easier to maintain and easier to derive.