Perform Risk Analysis with the Critical Permissions Report
For each form of automated derivative of roles, you should first define an organisational matrix that maps the organisational requirements. To do this, you must provide data on each organisation in a structured form.
In the Output pane, you can view the change documents of a remote subsidiary system, or in the Selection Criteria pane, you can restrict the change documents for the central system (transmit system) or only for specific daughter systems. In the lower part, you can select the distribution parameters that you are interested in changing. The evaluation includes information about all changes in the ZBV configuration and in the attached subsidiary systems, as of the time the corresponding release or support package was inserted into the systems. In addition to the date, time and modifier, the evaluation also contains information about the respective model view, the status of the configured system and the action taken (old value and new value). In our example, you will see changes that have occurred in the SCUA transaction, such as creating a model view and adding subsidiary systems, changes made in the SCUG transaction, such as the user adoption, and changes to the distribution parameters in the SCUM transaction.
Grant permission for external services from SAP CRM
These single roles can also be combined into composite roles. I recently discussed the special features of this in the article "SAP Authorizations Mass Maintenance Single Role Assignments in Composite Roles per Function Module (FuBa) or Transaction Code", but here I would rather discuss the roles and assignment of authorization object field values in role maintenance with the PFCG for an authorization overview.
WF-BATCH: The WF-BATCH user is used for background processing in SAP Business Workflow and is created automatically when customising workflows. WF-BATCH is often associated with the SAP_ALL profile because the exact requirements for the permissions depend on the user's usage. The password of the user can be set and synchronised via the transaction SWU3. Safeguard measures: After automatic generation, change the user's password and assign it to the SUPER user group.
"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.
Therefore, they are also more complex to operate, in order to be able to cover as flexibly as possible all possible application scenarios.
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This type of user is also dialogical, i.e. it can log on to the SAP system via SAP GUI.