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SAP Authorizations - A Common Perspective of Developers and Consultants
The permission checks are logged as part of the system trace in transaction ST01. It records all permission checks and validated permission values for a specific application server, and specifies, depending on the client, whether the permission checks were successful or not. The Trace display has now been improved (see also SAP Note 1373111).
The assignment of the SAP_ALL profile is not required for the operation of an SAP system; therefore, a yellow icon will appear for the first check once a user has assigned the profile. For the other six checks on critical base permissions, the yellow icon will be displayed when a client is found on the system and at least one of the following two conditions applies: More than 75 users have the permission checked in this check. More than 10% of all users have the permission checked in this check, but at least 11 users.
Assignment of roles
The goal of an authorization concept is to provide each user with the appropriate authorizations in the system individually for their tasks according to a previously defined rule. For this purpose, an authorization concept must be defined as the foundation for efficient authorization assignment. In this way, each employee is given system access through the role-specific assignment of authorizations according to his or her tasks. On the one hand, this protects sensitive information and, on the other, prevents damage caused by incorrect use of data.
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Careful preparation is a prerequisite for a successful authorisation check. A functional specification must be created for all customer-specific functionalities. This forces us to think about what the actual requirements of the application are and then describe the possible implementation. In doing so, security-related aspects, such as eligibility testing and allocation, must be taken into account. Define what you can do with this programme and also what you cannot do explicitly! In the case of a permission check, not only the activity to be performed, such as reading, changing, creating, etc. , can be checked. You can also restrict access to records by using specific criteria, such as field content or organisational separators.
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There you can see that the CALL TRANSACTION call has disabled the permission check.
This role is now available for you to assign to users.