Security in development systems
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Two other very important settings are the activation of the security audit log and the table logging. Both parameters must be activated in order to ensure traceability at the user level as well as at the table level. It should therefore be checked whether the detailed settings for the security audit log are set up in accordance with the company's specifications and, in any case, whether all users with comprehensive authorizations, such as SAP_ALL, are fully covered by the logging without exception.
A user is displayed in the results list if one of the two transactions with the corresponding expression is included in its corresponding permission profile. If the logical link were fully linked to OR, a corresponding user would appear in the results list if only one of the four permissions is in the user's master set and thus in the permission profile.
This also implies that the change documents must be kept in Excel. The Excel file must not be lost or damaged.
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In order to provide user authorisation support, you often need their information. However, there is also the possibility to view missing permissions centrally for all users. If a user has a permission issue, a ticket is usually displayed at support. However, it is difficult for a support worker to understand permissions errors because they have different permissions and are often missing detailed information about the application where the permission error occurred. In practice, therefore, support staff often help themselves by asking the user to send a screenshot of the transaction SU53. Because this transaction shows the last failed permission check. In many cases, however, the information displayed there is not helpful to the permission administrator. You may have seen that a screenshot from the SU53 transaction shows a missing permission for typical base authorization objects, such as S_ADMI_FCD, S_CTS_ADMI, or S_TRANSLAT, but you know that your check has nothing to do with the actual permissions problem in the application. So you need the opportunity to see for yourself.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
You should never save this password, but include it directly in your application in an email.
Anyone who owns valuable personal property assumes responsibility for it - just like a landlord, for example.