Evaluate licence data through the Central User Management
The advantage of this feature is that administrators can parse failed permission checks regardless of end users. End users can save their unsuccessful checks to the database using the Save ( ) button. As an administrator, you can also back up failed permission checks from other users. The Saved Checks button also gives you access to this information afterwards. The automatic storage carried out when the old transaction SU53 was called is omitted because it overwrote the last recording. You can also load the results into an Excel file to allow a more comfortable evaluation.
The first line defines that access to all files is forbidden unless other settings have been made for them in the other lines. The asterisk (*) is in the first place here and in this case for all files and paths. If the asterisk is in a different position, it is interpreted as part of the file name, which is not allowed in Microsoft Windows, for example. In our example table, setting the switches FS_NOREAD = X and FS_NOWRITE = X for all paths prohibits reading and writing. This makes the table a white list. This is preferable to a black list for security reasons. SPTH, on the other hand, becomes a Black List if you remove the first line with PATH = * in our example or if you do not set any of the switches FS_NOREAD, FS_NOWRITE or FS_BRGRU. The second line with PATH = /tmp allows read and write access for all files starting with /tmp, similar to a permission value /tmp*, as an exception to the access ban defined in the first line for all files and paths. This setting is not limited to subdirectories, but includes, for example, all files whose name starts with /tmp-xy. The third line with PATH = /tmp/myfiles defines a permission group with FS_BRGRU = FILE, triggering the subsequent permission check on the S_PATH object. The SAVEFLAG = X switch defines that these files will be included in a backup procedure; however, this is not relevant for the permission award.
AUTHORIZATIONS FOR BATCH PROCESSING IN THE SAP NETWEAVER AND S/4HANA ENVIRONMENT
Only adding an authorization object via SU24 does not automatically result in a check within the transaction. The developer has to include an authorization check exactly for this object in the program code.
SAP's FI module is one of the most common in the SAP world and covers all business processes in the area of finance and accounting. The processes that run through this module are used for double-entry bookkeeping and recording of documents in the required accounts. It also establishes the associated profit determination for external and internal purposes.
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Typical authorization objects are "P_PERNR", "P_ORGIN", "P_ORGXX", "PLOG" and "P_PLCX".
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