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Many companies are struggling with the introduction and use of secinfo and reginfo files to secure SAP RFC gateways. We have developed a generator that supports the creation of the files. This blog post lists two SAP best practices for creating the secinfo and reginfo files to enhance the security of your SAP gateway and how the generator helps you do this. secinfo and reginfo Request generator Option 1: Restrictive procedure In the case of the restrictive solution approach, only in-system programmes are allowed. Therefore, external programmes cannot be used. However, since this is desired, the access control lists must be gradually expanded to include each programme required. Although this procedure is very restrictive, which speaks for safety, it has the very great disadvantage that, in the creation phase, links which are actually desired are always blocked. In addition, the permanent manual activation of individual connections represents a continuous effort. For large system landscapes, this procedure is very complex. Option 2: Logging-based approach An alternative to the restrictive procedure is the logging-based approach. To do this, all connections must be allowed first by the secinfo file containing the content USER=* HOST=* TP=* and the reginfo file contains the content TP=*. During the activation of all connections, a recording of all external programme calls and system registrations is made with the gateway logging. The generated log files can then be evaluated and the access control lists created. However, there is also a great deal of work involved here. Especially with large system landscapes, many external programmes are registered and executed, which can result in very large log files. Revising them and creating access control lists can be an unmanageable task. However, this process does not block any intentional connections during the compilation phase, which ensures the system will run non-disruptively.
If you are running a multi-system landscape with a common transport directory, it is convenient to enable this option only in the first system you are inserting support packages into, and to disable it in the following systems. Since the data files no longer need to be regenerated there, this saves time when playing in. Delete data files after inserting You can specify whether the data files should be deleted after inserting the support packages. This saves disk space and is enabled in the default setting. If you are running a multi-system landscape with a common transport directory, it is convenient to disable this option, since then the data files in the other systems no longer need to be re-created (see above Regenerate data files). Execute ABAP/Dynpro generation This option determines whether the programmes and screens shipped with the support packages should be generated during the commit. Note that generation can take a long time. Without automatic generation, the programmes and dynpros are not generated until the first call. Note that this parameter can only be affected by you if the generation is allowed by SAP during the insertion of this support package. The SPAM update does not affect the generation. SPAM Settings Option SAPM Basic Setting Transmission Monitor From Scenario Standard Rebuild Data File A data file after the example. Delete Do a Generation From Use the transaction SPAM to insert Support Packages [page 8] into your system, regardless of whether the support packages come from the SAPNet - R/3 Frontend, the SAPNet - Web Frontend, or Collection CDs. Prerequisites User: It must have the appropriate permissions [page 7] for the SAP Patch Manager. He must be registered with the client 000. He must have called the transaction SPAM. Select Tools ABAP Workbench Tool Maintenance Patches or enter the transaction code SPAM.
SAP Basis is the foundation of any SAP system. You can find a lot of useful information about it on this page: www.sap-corner.de.
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As a member of the SAP Basis specialist team, your responsibilities will include the design, operation, administration, support and installation of an extensive SAP system landscape with over 50 systems for 17 universities and 2 institutions in Lower Saxony. Furthermore, you will monitor the SAP system landscape as well as its interfaces to external systems and carry out measures within the scope of software lifecycle management (e.g. note maintenance, support stacks, release upgrades) and change management (e.g. hardware migration, transport system and documentation). As part of the SAP Basis team, you will be the contact person for organizational and technical questions of the universities and in 3rd-level support for user inquiries.
In order for Fiori applications to be displayed according to the calling users, appropriate Fiori permissions must be maintained in the PFCG. There are several points to consider. This article discusses the permissions required to launch a Fiori application. In addition, a short explanation is given, how the displayed tiles can be configured in the Fiori launchpad via reels. To run Fiori applications from the launchpad and the permission queries defined in the OData services, the corresponding Fiori permission objects must also be maintained in the PFCG. Here the start permissions for the application's OData service in the backend system as well as permission objects are relevant for the business logic of the OData services used in the application. In general, it is important to know that if Fiori is implemented correctly, permissions must be maintained in the front-end server (call Launchpad, start the tile, etc.) as well as permissions in the back-end server (call the OData services from the backend). This article explains this in more detail.
Some missing SAP basic functions in the standard are supplied by the PC application "Shortcut for SAP Systems".
Overall, the application layer is the link between the database layer on the one hand and the presentation layer on the other.
A note box in which data of all kinds can be quickly filed and retrieved. This is what Scribble Papers promises. At first, the program looks very spartan. But once a small structure is in place, you realise the great flexibility of this little helper.
The first section first describes how to use SUIM to address the problem and what problems are encountered.