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Check the SAP authorization concept
The path with the associated permission group DEVL contains the local temporary files of the ABAP Frontend Editor of the ABAP development environment (transactions SE38, SE80, SE24, etc.). The two paths with the ADMN permission group show how logically related paths can be grouped into a S_PATH permission check. The two entries with the FILE permission group show how paths for Windows can be completed in systems with application servers of different operating systems. The core.sem and coreinfo entries are required to write run-time errors in the SNAP snapshot table. The dev_ and gw_ entries allow you to view files from the developer trace and Gateway Log in the ST11 transaction. If the suggestion in the first entry of the table is too restrictive, you can choose the alternative in the following table. This entry only forces a permission check on S_PATH and the ALL permission group; You should, however, only grant such permission very restrictively.
You know that changing your SU24 data involves mixing the roles in question. Previously, the permission administrators had to select roles from, for example, the SUIM transaction to edit them. Often, the remixing of the respective roles is also forgotten. In order to ensure that you can set the mixing mode for the respective roles directly when maintaining the data in the transaction SU24, the function has been provided here with the respective support packages named in SAP Note 1896191. Correction is used to change the mixing mode for PFCG: On/Off/Roles. The function assigns the shuffle mode to the roles, which corresponds to step 2c of the transaction SU25 (see tip 43, "Customise Permissions After an Upgrade"). You can enable this function by using the value Y for the parameter SU2X_SET_FORCE_MIX in the table PRGN_CUST. The status of the mixing mode can be checked by clicking the button Mixing mode for PFCG: Enquire On/Off. By default, this feature is off. The Roles button (Use in Single Roles) identifies all the roles that the selected application contains and displays them directly in the SU24 transaction. You will receive a list of all matching roles in the SUPC transaction by selecting the Also-to-be-matched roles option, and you can now gradually update the roles.
Customising the organisational criteria is cross-client. Activation of the organisational criteria depends on the client. If you want to use these permissions in different clients, you must activate the respective organisational criteria for the respective client. Now you can use the organisational criterion in your PFCG role. To do this, enter the S_TABU_LIN authorization object with the organisational criterion you created. Assign the respective attributes with the organisational values for which the user should be entitled. Along with the individual values, you can specify intervals for your organisational criterion so that you can assign permissions to users for multiple organisational values.
For table logging, it must be ensured that SAP® Note 112388 (tables requiring logging) is fully implemented and that all tables containing financially relevant data are also included in the logging. Of course, this also applies to all Z-tables! As last point of the important parameter settings are those for the definition of the password settings. Here, it should be ensured that the parameters are also set up in accordance with the company's specifications. However, the check should not only focus on the global settings that are valid for all users, but should also include all those users who have been assigned their own security policies. Especially for these, an appropriate justification must be available in writing.
The possibility of assigning authorizations during the go-live can be additionally secured by using "Shortcut for SAP systems".
In most cases, an error message occurs and the programme is cancelled.
These UI components are represented in the roles as external services.