Evaluate Permission Traces across Application Servers
Coordinate authorisation management in customer-owned programmes
If you now want to assign PFCG roles indirectly to users via the organisation management, you have to use evaluation methods. Evaluation paths define a chain of relationships between objects within a hierarchy. For example, they define how an organisational unit or a post can be assigned to another organisational unit. This relationship is set to the User ID. However, if the business partner has also been maintained in organisational management, there is no standard evaluation path for this case and the user assigned to the role is not found. However, since in SAP CRM the user IDs are not directly assigned to a post, but via the business partner, you have to make adjustments to the evaluation paths before you can assign the roles indirectly.
Both solutions offer you the added value of centralised reporting of existing users, newly created users, and role assignments. You can also extend the integrated workflows of both solutions to HANA permission applications. This enables you to use the risk analysis of the SAP Access Control solution also in relation to critical HANA permissions.
The report shows system owners in real time which roles exist in SAP SuccessFactors and which authorizations these roles contain. The report also shows which roles are assigned to which users and whether there are duplicates, for example of groups or authorizations. The user can export this overview at any time.
The default authorization roles of the new SAP system for consolidation and planning, SAP Group Reporting, are shown in the following graphic. It does not matter whether the system is accessed via the browser (Fiori Launchpad) or via local access (SAP GUI). The authorization roles shown in the graphic merely indicate the technical specifications preset by SAP. However, these can be used as a starting point and adapted accordingly after a copy has been created.
Secure your go-live additionally with "Shortcut for SAP systems". You can assign necessary SAP authorizations quickly and easily directly in the system.
The check for Open SQL patterns analyzes the code structure for direct SELECT, MODIFY or INSERT statements that must be avoided or protected on the authorization side.
This correction is also important because it fixes runtime problems when releasing role transports, resulting from the correction in SAP Note 1614407.