Compare Role Upgrade Permissions Values
SAP systems: Control user authorizations with a concept
DDIC: DDIC is the only user able to log in or make changes to the ABAP Dictionary during installations and release changes. It is also used in the client 000, e.g. for certain jobs or Unicode conversions. DDIC exists in all clients except 066. Safeguard measures: In all systems (except for client 000 due to upgrade features), set DDIC to the System user type. If necessary, you can switch it back to a dialogue user using the Emergency User. Change the password, assign the user to the SUPER user group, and log it with the Security Audit Log.
The panel menus also simplify the maintenance of permissions to the audit structures. You can select the audit structures or area menus you use in role editing and import them into the roles as menus. If you want to set up a constraint on AIS users to specific audit structures or protect individual audits from access, you can use the S_SAIS authorization object. This object controls access to the audit structures or the audit numbers of individual audits.
Controlling permissions for the SAP NetWeaver Business Client
Organisation levels ensure more efficient maintenance of the eligibility roles. You maintain them once in the transaction PFCG via the button Origen. The values for each entry in this field are entered in the permissions of the role. This means that you can only enter the same values for the organisation level field within a role. If you change the values of the individual fields in the authorization objects independently of the overarching care, you will receive a warning message that you will no longer be able to change this field by clicking the Ormits button and that this individual value will be overwritten when you adjust derived roles. Therefore, we strongly advise you not to carry out individual maintenance of the organisation level fields. If you adhere to this advice, as described above, there can always be only one value range for an organisation level field. For example, the combination of displaying all posting circuits and changing a single posting circle within a role cannot be implemented. Of course, this has implications if you want to upgrade a field to the organisation level. A field that has not previously served as an organisational level can include such entries with different values within a role. You must clean up these entries before you declare a field as an organisation level. In addition, the definition of a field as an organisational level also affects the proposed permissions values of the profile generator.
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You can schedule background jobs in the SM36 and SA38 transactions, but also in a variety of application transactions. It is important to know that special permissions are not necessary for the installation, modification, etc. of your own jobs. An exception is the release of background jobs; it is protected by a permission. Permissions are also required for the activities on other users' background jobs, and the following authorization objects are available in SAP backend processing: S_BTCH_JOB controls the access rights to other users' jobs. S_BTCH_NAM allows you to schedule programmes under a different user ID. S_BTCH_ADM grants parent permissions that are usually only required by administrators.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
The type of object (table, view, procedure) determines which database operations can be authorised.
A separate programme - a separate permission.