Use timestamp in transaction SU25
Query Data from a Local Table
You have now successfully recorded the blueprint. Now the slightly trickier part follows: The identification of the values to be changed at mass execution. In the editor of your test configuration, at the bottom of the text box, is the record you have created: TCD ( PFCG , PFCG_1 ). Double-click the PFCG_1 interface. On the right, a new detail with the recording details appears. Now you have to look for your input a bit. For example, use the role name entered on the PFCG entry screen (field name 'AGR_NAME_NEW'). Now comes an important step: Replace the values you entered during the recording with a placeholder, a so-called input parameter. To do this, go to the VALIN line and type any parameter name, such as ROLLENNAME, instead of the role name you entered. Click Enter and you will be asked what type of parameter it is. Specify Import and confirm with Yes.
Once a permission concept has been created, the implementation in the system begins. On the market, there are solutions that create PFCG rolls based on Microsoft Excel in the blink of an eye. You should, however, take a few things into account. Have you defined your roles in the form of role matrices and your organisational levels (orgés) in the form of organisational sets (orgsets)? All of this is stored in Excel documents and now you want a way to simply pour this information into PFCG rolls at the push of a button, without having to create lengthy role menus or then derive large amounts of roles, depending on how many organisational sets you have defined?
Compare Role Upgrade Permissions Values
When assigning a new user group to a user, only the creation permission in the new user group is required. Alternatively, you can enable the check for activity 50 (Move) of the S_USER_GRP authorization object. In the USR_CUST table, set CHECK_MOVE_4_CNG_GRP to YES.
The audit result lists the vulnerabilities by priority, with a high priority combined with a high hit safety of a finding and a low priority combined with low hit safety. In addition, more information is available within the ABAP editor at each location. This priority indicator helps you to identify whether a false positive or an actual security problem is present. Priorities 1 and 2 are very likely to be a genuine reference. The tool provides recommendations on how to modify the source code to correct the vulnerabilities. In addition to the individual checks for individual developers, the tool also offers mass checks, for example to check an entire application for vulnerabilities in one step.
With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you can automate the assignment of roles after a go-live.
These vulnerabilities can also be used for an attack.
The user is allowed to jump into the transaction MM01, although in the role assigned to him Z_MATERIALSTAMMDATEN only permissions for the transactions MM03 and MM50 are recorded.