Maintain table permission groups
Authorizations in SAP BW, HANA and BW/4HANA
You can send a signed e-mail to the system you want to announce the certificate to. For example, this is a useful alternative when emailing addresses outside your organisation. A prerequisite for this solution is that a signature certificate exists for your SAP system, in whose certificate list the certificate authority certificate - or certificates - of your users have been imported.
You can do this by using the P_ABAP authorization object to override the usual permission checks. This applies to all reports that access the logical database PNPCE (or PNP). In case of a P_ABAP permission, the usual checks for authorization objects, such as P_ORGIN or P_ORGINCON, will no longer take place or will be simplified. This also applies to structural permissions. Whether the permission checks are simplified or completely switched off is controlled by the COARS field of the object. To disable all checks, set the value COARS = 2. This value does not limit the data displayed in the legitimate report. If you want to allow advanced permissions for reporting, but you do not want them to be unrestricted, you must select COARS = 1. In this case, you will also designate the P_ORGIN (or P_ORGINCON, P_ORGXX and P_ORGXXCON) authorization object. However, you must be careful not to mark all fields of the objects, otherwise direct access is also possible. Therefore, always write two versions of the P_ORGIN authorization object, one with the functional permissions (permission levels, info types, and subtypes), and one with the organisational boundaries (personnel area, employee group, employee group, and organisation keys). In addition, you will of course need a P_ABAP for the relevant reports with the value COARS = 1.
Preventing sprawl with the workload monitor
Permissions in the Permission Tree with status are only deleted if the last transaction associated with the permission has been deleted from the Role menu. Delete and recreate the profile and permissions All permissions are created anew. Previously maintained, changed or manual values will be lost and deleted. The exception here is the values that are filled by the organisation levels.
Most client programmes are additions to the standard functionalities or variations of the same. Therefore, when you create your own programmes, you can follow the eligibility checks of the standard programmes or reuse the permissions checks used there.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
In this example, we assume that the document is posted through an interface and that you want to check permissions for custom authorization objects and/or certain data constellations.
At www.sap-corner.de you will also find a lot of useful information on the subject of SAP authorizations.
This is only possible for a development system and if the SAP Solution Manager can use an appropriate RFC connection to the connected system.