SAP Authorizations Features of the SAP authorization concept - SAP Admin

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Features of the SAP authorization concept
The SAP authorization concept
You can still assign roles and profiles to a user if you have the appropriate permissions to these activities. As long as no user group is associated with the user, permissions for any user group will be sufficient. If you assign a user group to the newly created user, all the checks will be repeated for that user group.

The SAP Note 1903323 provides a solution. The functionality is only provided via support packages for NetWeaver releases 7.31 and 7.40. This fix extends the naming conventions so that namespaces in the /XYZ/ format can be used up to a maximum of eight characters. In the development and creation of authorization objects, some functionalities of the SAP hint are extremely helpful, which we present in this tip.
Important components in the authorization concept
Careful maintenance of suggestion values in the relevant authorization objects results in recurring benefits in creating and revising roles for Web applications. In addition, the SU25 transaction supports role post-processing in the context of SAPUpgrades.

Administrative activities are used to control system behavior and make various security-relevant settings. To minimize the risk of a system failure or the creation of a security vulnerability, administrative rights should only be granted to employees in the basic administration. The following list may be supplemented by suggestions from the company's own administration. It contains only the most important authorization objects for each subject area.

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.

Some useful tips about SAP basis can be found on www.sap-corner.de.


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Part (the responsible area) of it is the control and analysis of costs.
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