Emergency user concept
Some queries are also a bit complicated with the SUIM transaction. With SAP Query, you can quickly assemble queries that enable individual and more complex data evaluations. Do you want to know quickly which valid users currently have a modified access to a particular table, or what roles are users granted permission for a particular transaction? The SAP standard tool, the user information system, is an excellent solution for this type of data retrieval. However, at the latest during the next review, targeted queries with data combinations - and thus several SUIM query sequences - must be delivered within a short time. SAP queries can facilitate this task. An SAP Query is essentially a clear way to scan tables for specific data away from the SE16 transaction. There is the possibility to link multiple tables (join), which makes multiple SE16 queries just one SAP query. For example, if you want to know what roles users are entitled to perform the SCC4 transaction, you can use the SUIM transaction to query to determine which users can perform the transaction and view the roles that enable it in another query, but there is no result that shows both.
In addition, you can also define customised permission checks in the SOS and also define combinations of authorization objects and their values. You can create up to 1,000 custom permissions checks in the Check ID namespace 9000 to 9999. You can also redefine whitelists for these permission checks, which apply to either individual or all of the customer's permission checks. The configuration is described in SAP Note 837490.
User master data
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.
Compiling and identifying external services in the role menu of CRM business roles is tricky. We show you how to bring order to external services. In SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM), the role concept is based not only on PFCG roles, but also on CRM business roles. These roles are created in customising and enable the presentation of CRM applications in the SAP CRM Web Client. In order for a user to work in SAP CRM, he needs both CRM business roles that define the user interface and the respective PFCG roles that entitle him to work in the applications. The CRMD_UI_ROLE_PREPARE report identifies and lists all external services defined in the customising of the CRM business role. These are displayed in the role menu of the PFCG role. You will notice, however, that the displayed services represent only a small part of the external services in the role menu.
During go-live, the assignment of necessary authorizations is particularly time-critical. The "Shortcut for SAP systems" application provides functions for this purpose, so that the go-live does not get bogged down because of missing authorizations.
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At www.sap-corner.de you will also find a lot of useful information on the subject of SAP authorizations.
The EWA is deliberately not customisable, as it is designed to alert customers to SAP-rated settings.