User & Authorization Management with SIVIS as a Service
All permission checks are issued in table form as an ALV list. You can sort or filter this list by column. Furthermore, all the new features of the transaction ST01, which we listed at the beginning of this tip, have been applied for evaluation. Double-clicking on a authorization object will direct you to the authorization object definition, and double-clicking on the transaction will direct you to the programme location where the permission check is performed. For more tips on how to use this trace, see Tip 32, "Maintain permission values using trace evaluations," and Tip 39, "Maintain suggestion values using trace evaluations.".
You will also notice that many tables have the table permission group &NC& assigned to them, and therefore differentiation over table permission groups over the S_TABU_DIS authorization object would not work at all. Furthermore, you cannot assign permissions to only individual tables in a table permission group using S_TABU_DIS. In such cases, the investigation shall continue: If the permission check on the S_TABU_DIS authorization object fails, the S_TABU_NAM authorization object is checked next. Allows you to explicitly grant access to tables by using the table name.
The user's access to this program is realized by assigning a role that contains the required transaction including the authorization objects to be checked. A role can contain a large number of authorization objects.
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The general authorizations are quite normal authorization objects in SAP HCM, which regulates the access to PA/PD infotypes (tables PAnnnn / HRPnnnn), clusters for the own person or for other persons. Typical authorization objects are "P_PERNR", "P_ORGIN", "P_ORGXX", "PLOG" and "P_PLCX".
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
This will search for all parameter transactions that use the SE16 transaction.
ZBV is no longer active for this subsidiary system.