SAP Authorizations Set Configuration Validation - SAP Basis

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Set Configuration Validation
Custom Permissions
Do you want to keep track of what changes have been made to the Central User Management configuration or the distribution parameters for the User Master's Care? You can manage the change documents centrally. The Central User Administration (ZBV) is used to create users, assign roles and distribute them to the respective subsidiary systems. For this, the ZBV has to be configured initially. These include defining the ZBV landscape, i.e. defining the central system and subsidiary systems, adjusting the distribution parameters and transferring users from the subsidiary systems to the central system. You can also configure the ZBV afterwards. For example, you can add subsidiary systems or release them from the ZBV. In the transaction, you can modify SCUM to change the field allocation properties so that fields that were originally globally distributed across the ZBVs are also locally maintainable. All this information about the changes to the ZBV configuration has not been centrally logged.

Finally, you can extend your implementation of the BAdIs BADI_IDENTITY_SU01_CREATE and pre-enter additional fields of the transaction SU01. To do this, complete the appropriate SET_* methods of the IF_IDENTITY interface. For example, it is possible to assign parameters that should be maintained for all users, assign a company, or assign an SNC name.
The goal of an authorization concept is to provide each user with the appropriate authorizations in the system individually for their tasks according to a previously defined rule. For this purpose, an authorization concept must be defined as the foundation for efficient authorization assignment. In this way, each employee is given system access through the role-specific assignment of authorizations according to his or her tasks. On the one hand, this protects sensitive information and, on the other, prevents damage caused by incorrect use of data.

Now check the SY-SUBRC system variable. If the value is 0, the Permissions Check succeeded. If the value is 4, the test did not pass. At a value of 8, there is an inconsistency in the definition of the authorization object and the verification in the code - this should not happen! If the value is 12, the permission is not part of your permission buffer.

The possibility of assigning authorizations during the go-live can be additionally secured by using "Shortcut for SAP systems".

You can define and use your own layout on the home page.

An SAP authorization concept is used to map relevant legal standards and internal company regulations to the technical protection options within an SAP system.
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