Define S_RFC permissions using usage data
Copy the user from the Clipboard to the Transaction SU10 selection
Transaction SE63 allows you to translate a variety of text in the SAP system. You can find the relevant texts for the eligibility roles via the menu path: Translation > ABAP Objects > Short Texts In the pop-up window Object Type Selection that appears, select the S3 ABAP Texts node and select the ACGR Roles sub-point.
SAP_NEW represents a specific permission profile that summarises the concrete permission changes between two SAP release levels. A distinction should be made between SAP's delivery of the SAP_NEW profile and the generation of an SAP_NEW role with a corresponding profile by you as a SAP customer (see also the SAP hint 1711620). Depending on the authorisation tracking procedure, the SAP_NEW permission can be assigned to any user in a development and quality assurance system immediately after the technical system upgrade. However, the goal is to assign to each user in the production environment only permissions that they need for their business operations. In the context of upgrades, the correct permissions must be determined and integrated into the corresponding permission roles.
Users can activate or deactivate processes without affecting other processes. For example, they can activate Succession & Development without affecting position management in Employee Central. With the help of the tool, users always know for what purpose a particular user has been given a particular permission. Basic authorizations, which are identical for every user, are only stored once in a platform role. This ensures that system performance remains optimal.
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This approach makes authorization management considerably more efficient, since functional changes do not have a global impact on the entire authorization structure. This ensures the quality of authorizations in the long term. Authorizations in SAP systems enable users to access the applications relevant to their activities. To ensure that processes are mapped securely and correctly, SAP authorizations must be regularly checked and reworked.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
Without a coherent, well thought-out concept, the regulation of accesses and authorizations for the users or key users of an SAP system is a serious security vulnerability.
The activities described here require administrative permissions for the change documents (S_SCD0 and S_ARCHIVE) and, if applicable, for the table logs (S_TABU_DIS or S_TABU_NAM and S_ARCHIVE).