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ACCESS CONTROL | AUTHORIZATION MANAGEMENT FOR SAP®
You must set up a message class for later use. To do this, you will be prompted automatically when the transaction GGB0 is first called. If some relevant fields of the complete document are hidden, i.e. not available, please refer to the instructions in the SAPHinweis 413956. Set up validation in the GGB0 transaction (such as GALILEO) and determine the steps of validation. In the validation process, copy the RGGBR000 programme into your Customer Name Room, replacing the last three characters with the number of the client in which the validation will be performed. Then assign your new customer-owned programme with the GCX2 transaction to the GBLR user exit control workspace. This assignment has created the prerequisite for client-dependent user exits. If you want to set up a client-independent user exit, do the same, but use the transaction GCX1.

We advise you not to use the self-set password with a self-service as a generated password is more secure. The password is generated depending on the password rules; This is done by first evaluating the settings in the security policy assigned to the user. If no security policy has been assigned to the user, the system will consider the password rules in the profile parameters and in the customising table PRNG_CUST. In order for the associated security policy to be considered, you may need to include the correction provided with SAP Note 1890833. Remember that the BAPI_USER_CHANGE function block does not automatically unlock the user. In the event of a lock-out due to incorrect logins, you still have to unlock the user using the BAPI_USER_UNLOCK.
Organisationally restrict table editing permissions
Do this once in your system. For example, you can jump from the MM50 transaction to the MM01 transaction without explicitly assigning transaction startup permission to the MM01 transaction through the S_TCODE authorization object. You can see this call in your System Trace for Permissions in the Additional Information column for testing. There you can see that the CALL TRANSACTION call has disabled the permission check. The user is allowed to jump into the transaction MM01, although in the role assigned to him Z_MATERIALSTAMMDATEN only permissions for the transactions MM03 and MM50 are recorded.

The SAP authorization concept protects transactions, programs, services and information in SAP systems against unauthorized access. Based on the authorization concept, the administrator assigns users the authorizations that determine the actions this user can perform in the SAP system after logging on and being authenticated.

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This notice is included in all newer support packages for the base component; This affects all systems down to base release 4.6C.

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