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SAP Authorization Trace - Simple Overview of Authorizations
It is important that, if necessary, the database is converted to an SAP S/4HANA database. In addition, various technical system components must be analyzed and adapted to the new environment. But restructuring must also be carried out at the organizational level. For example, the "old", or current, authorization concept must be analyzed, evaluated and, if necessary, fundamentally revised.

Create a report transaction for the report that is called in the background job. Set up the report transaction in the transaction SE93 and assign the report RHAUTUPD_NEW as a programme. Start the authorisation trace by setting the auth/ authorisation_trace profile parameter to Y or F if you want to work with filters (see tip 38, "Use the SU22 and SU24 transactions correctly"). Now run the job to collect permission checks on the permission trace. Your permission checks should now be visible in the STUSOBTRACE transaction. Now maintain the permission proposal values for your report transaction in transaction SU24 by entering the transaction code in the appropriate field. You will find that no values are maintained. Now switch to Change Mode. You can add your permission suggestions from the trace using the Object > Insert objects from Permissions Trace > Local (see Tip 40, "Use Permission Trace to Determine Suggest Values for Custom Developments"). Add the suggestion values for each displayed authorization object. Now create a PFCG role that includes the report transaction permission and maintain the open permission fields. Then test whether the job can be run with the permissions from the PFCG role.
Reset Manually Maintained Organisation Levels to Roles
Authorizations in SAP systems form the basis for Identity & Access Management. They enable users to access the applications they need to perform their activities. Since functional and organizational requirements are subject to change, SAP authorizations must be regularly checked and reworked. This is the only way to ensure that processes are mapped securely and completely correctly from a technical point of view.

As part of the use of a HANA database, you should protect both the execution of HANA database functions as well as the reading or altering access to the data stored in the database by appropriate permission techniques. Essential to the permission technique are database objects such as tables and views - which allow access to the stored data - as well as executable procedures and users. The specific HANA-specific permissions assigned to a user are referred to as privileges in the HANA context.

For the assignment of existing roles, regular authorization workflows require a certain minimum of turnaround time, and not every approver is available at every go-live. With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you have options to assign urgently needed authorizations anyway and to additionally secure your go-live.

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Therefore, make sure you encrypt this interface! There is often uncertainty as to whether the password in SAP systems is encrypted by default and whether there is encryption during communication between the client and application servers by default.
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