Planning and execution of transports
QUICK CHECK OF YOUR SAP SECURITY SETTINGS WITH THE XITING AUTHORIZATIONS MANAGEMENT SUITE (XAMS)
We can say that Basis is the operating system for SAP applications and ABAP. Basis provides services such as communication with the operating system, database communication, memory management, application data collection at runtime, web requests, business data exchange, etc.
In addition to the consultants working in the individual SAP modules, there is a subarea here that is not directly apparent to many and whose activities seem to be quite opaque: SAP Basis. The smooth operation of SAP systems as the heart of many companies is ensured by the work of SAP Basis administrators.
The database layer
Do you want to allow an employee access to exactly one view maintenance dialogue, but he should not be able to search for other care views in the SM30? This can be done easily with a parameter transaction. Learn how to create such a transaction step by step here. To create a parameter transaction, navigate to the SE93 first. Here you can create all types of transactions. The following dialogue will open: After pressing the "Create" button, a popup will open, on which you select the radio button "Transaction with parameters (parameter transaction)". In addition, type a short description as usual and confirm. The following dialogue will open: The transaction code must be specified here first. If you want to skip the entry dialogue when invoking the parameter transaction, and there is no way to open tables other than the one you want, make sure to select "Skip Entry Image". Furthermore, the GUI properties of the SM30 should be inherited so that the parameter transaction can be started with the same software. Configuration of the parameters In the lower part of the dialogue you will find a table ready for input. Here you can use the search help (F4).
There are thus numerous interfaces between these fields of activity. As a result, the boundaries become blurred in some cases.
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Regular maintenance tasks or the standard procedures must be described and defined to build checklists based on them and to control compliance with this standard.