Evaluate licence data through the Central User Management
You can find the evaluation methods in table T77AW. A valid evaluation method for our example is US_ACTGR. To assign the roles indirectly, the following requirements are required: Organisational management must be active, i.e. you must have defined an active plan variant in the client. To be able to use the employee-user connection in a SAPERP-HCM system, Info Type 0105 (Communication) and Subtype 0001 (User ID) must be maintained. To enable role management via organisational management, you must set the HR_ORG_ACTIVE switch in the PRGN_CUST table to YES in the Customising.
Like all other security issues, SAP authorizations must be integrated into the framework used. The risks associated with incorrectly assigned authorizations must be classified as very high. The definition of a holistic governance, risk and compliance management system is required. This ensures that risks are recorded, analyzed, evaluated, coordinated and forwarded within the company at an early stage. Accordingly, the risks arising from incorrectly assigned SAP authorizations or from a lack of a process for monitoring authorizations are also included here.
Hash values of user passwords
In order to sustainably guarantee the security of the SAP system internally and externally, regular auditing is indispensable. Existing rule violations must be detected and corrected. In addition, it is important to document the regular operation of SAP in order to have evidence of this for external and internal requirements. Automated processes can save a lot of time and money.
First, select the authorization object that you want to maintain. There can be multiple permissions for each authorization object. Then load the trace data by clicking the Evaluate Trace button. A new window will open again, where you can set the evaluation criteria for the trace and limit the filter for applications either to applications in the menu or to all applications. Once the trace has been evaluated, you will be presented with all checked permission values for the selected authorization object. With the Apply button, you can now take the values line by line, column by column, or field by field. In the left part of the window, you will see the permission values added to the suggestion values already visible. After confirming these entries, you will be returned to the detail view of your role. You can see here the additions to the permission values for your authorization object.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
This is either C (Check) or N (Do Not Check).
You can also find some useful tips from practice on the subject of SAP authorizations on the page www.sap-corner.de.
Historically grown authorization structures can be found especially in system landscapes that have been in operation for a long time.