SAP Authorizations Application Permissions - NW Admin

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Application Permissions
Identify Executable Transaction Codes
No more users can be created, maintained or deleted without the assignment of a valid user group. If a user group is not assigned when a user is created, the user is automatically assigned the default user group. Before you set the USER_GRP_REQUIRED switch, a user group must have been assigned to each existing user and the administrators must have the permissions for the default user group. When creating a new user, the default user group will be used as pre-occupancy; this user group can be overridden by setting another user group in the S_USER_GRP_DEFAULT user parameter for each user administrator. The customising switch requires a valid user group, because it is used as the default user group. If a valid user group has not been entered in the customising switch, the user group is nevertheless a mandatory field. This will lead to errors in automated user creation.

Let's say that a user - we call her Claudia - should be able to edit the spool jobs of another user - in our example Dieter - in the transaction SP01. What do you need to do as an administrator? Each spool job has a Permission field; By default, this field is blank. If Claudia wants to see a Dieter spool job, the system will check if Claudia has a specific spool job permission with a value of DIETER. Claudia does not need additional permissions for its own spool jobs that are not protected with a special permission value.
Define security policy for users
First, the Web application developers must implement appropriate permission checks and make PFCG available for use in role maintenance in the transaction. This includes the maintenance of proposed values in the transaction SU22. The SAP Note 1413012 (new reusable startup authorisation check) provides all the necessary details.

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With the new transaction SAIS, you will enter the AIS cockpit, where you will be able to evaluate the various audit structures related to the topic. When performing an audit, under Audit Structure, select one of the existing structures and select a check number in the appropriate field. Audit structures may be subject to different audits; Therefore, you must always select an audit first. To do this, select a verification number or create a new audit. After you select the audit, the audit tree will appear in the cockpit. You can now perform the individual steps of the audit along the definition in the audit tree.

The possibility of assigning authorizations during the go-live can be additionally secured by using "Shortcut for SAP systems".

An authorization object can comprise up to ten authorization fields.

This data can be displayed using transaction ST03N, for example.
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