SAP Authorizations Deleting table change logs - SAP Basis

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Deleting table change logs
Organisational allocation
First and foremost, legal principles must be stated and specific reference must be made to authorizations that are critical to the law and that may not be assigned (or at most may be assigned to emergency users). An example is the authorization "Debugging with Replace", to which the object S_DEVELOP with the values ACTVT = 02 and OBJTYPE = DEBUG legitimizes and over which data can be manipulated by main memory change. However, this would violate § 239 of the German Commercial Code, the so-called "erasure prohibition".

See SAP Note 1763089 for information on the system requirements and support packages you need to access the new feature. With these support packages the transaction SAIS, the new AIS cockpit, is delivered. The AIS has thus been switched from the previous role concept to thematic audit structures and offers new functions, such as logging all audit activities. The AIS has existed in the SAP system for quite a long time; It is designed as a tool for testing and evaluating SAP systems and is delivered by SAP ERP to the standard. It includes the function of audit structures, a collection of audit functions on the areas of commercial audit and system audit, including their documentation. The commercial audit includes organisational overviews and balance sheet and process orientated functions. For example, this allows you to evaluate information about financial accounting and tax receipts. The AIS system audit covers general system audits and analysis of users and permissions. For example, it includes functionality to check profile parameters or transport.
Customise Permissions After Upgrade
The role menu of the PFCG role now consists of folders that represent all logical links within a scope start page, and external services that represent the logical links and the area start pages themselves. This means that any external service listed in the Role Menu is eligible for a Area Start Page or Logical Link. If such an external service is removed from the role menu and the PFCG role is generated, the user of this PFCG role does not have permissions to view this external service (see screenshot next page). You will find duplicate, maybe even triple, entries from external services. These are mainly found in the folders of the homepage and under GENERIC_OP_LINKS. You can delete them without any concern, because an external service for a permission must appear only once in the Role menu. For a better overview, it is also useful to rename the external services or folders as they are shown in the SAP CRM Web Client.

The path with the associated permission group DEVL contains the local temporary files of the ABAP Frontend Editor of the ABAP development environment (transactions SE38, SE80, SE24, etc.). The two paths with the ADMN permission group show how logically related paths can be grouped into a S_PATH permission check. The two entries with the FILE permission group show how paths for Windows can be completed in systems with application servers of different operating systems. The core.sem and coreinfo entries are required to write run-time errors in the SNAP snapshot table. The dev_ and gw_ entries allow you to view files from the developer trace and Gateway Log in the ST11 transaction. If the suggestion in the first entry of the table is too restrictive, you can choose the alternative in the following table. This entry only forces a permission check on S_PATH and the ALL permission group; You should, however, only grant such permission very restrictively.

"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.

Role changes are only customised! You will get a list that shows all the roles you need to edit.

If the SAPHinkling 1307693 is not installed on a subsidiary system, or the RFC user's permissions have not been adjusted accordingly, the RSUSR_SYSINFO_LICENSE report in the application log (transaction SLG1) will issue a warning.
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