SAP Authorizations Define S_RFC permissions using usage data - SAP Admin

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Define S_RFC permissions using usage data
Authorization Analysis
A typical application arises when a new SAP user is requested. The data owner now checks whether the person making the request and the person to be authorized are at all authorized to do so, what data would be affected, whether an SAP user already exists to whom new roles can be assigned and old ones revoked, whether data access can be limited in time, and so on.

A note on the underlying USKRIA table: This table is independent of the client. For this reason, you cannot maintain this table in systems that are locked against cross-client customising. In this case, you should create a transport order in the development system and transport the table to the production system.
Consolidate user-level role mapping
For the ABAP stack, authorization profiles can be created either manually or by using the profile generator. However, the use of the profile generator is strongly recommended, since manual administration usually results in misconfigurations of authorizations. The profile generator guarantees that users only receive the authorizations assigned by their role. Concepts, processes and workflows must therefore be adapted to the use of the profile generator. There is no choice for the Java stack; here the J2EE authorization mechanism must be used. The User Management Engine offers options that go beyond the J2EE standard.

Now, if you want to use the debugger, you can set a Session Breakpoint directly from the source code via the button. Once you call the application and reach the relevant point in your code, the debugger starts and you can move through the programme step by step. Make sure to set external breakpoints via the button if you are calling your application via the browser rather than via SAP GUI.

However, if your Identity Management system is currently not available or the approval path is interrupted, you can still assign urgently needed authorizations with "Shortcut for SAP systems".

Permissions in the Permission Tree with status are only deleted if the last transaction associated with the permission has been deleted from the Role menu.

The transaction code must be valid (i.e. entered in the TSTC table) and must not be locked by the system administrator (in the SM01 transaction).
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