SAP Authorizations Full verification of user group permissions when creating the user - SAP Basis

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Full verification of user group permissions when creating the user
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Structural authorizations work with SAP HCM Organizational Management and define who can be seen, but not what can be seen. This is done based on evaluation paths in the org tree. Structural authorizations should therefore only be used together with general authorizations. Just like the general authorizations in SAP ECC HR, they enable regulated access to data in time-dependent structures. An authorization profile is used to determine the authorization. In addition, it is defined how the search is carried out on the org tree.

If you want to understand how to run a permission check in your code, you can use the debugger to move through the permission check step by step. To implement your own permission checks, it may be helpful to see how such checks have been implemented in the SAP standard. In this tip, we show you how to view the source code of permission checks using the debugger in the programme, or how to get to the code locations where the permission checks are implemented.
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As part of the use of a HANA database, you should protect both the execution of HANA database functions as well as the reading or altering access to the data stored in the database by appropriate permission techniques. Essential to the permission technique are database objects such as tables and views - which allow access to the stored data - as well as executable procedures and users. The specific HANA-specific permissions assigned to a user are referred to as privileges in the HANA context.

SNC secures communication with or between ABAP systems, but there are also many web-based applications in SAP system landscapes. They communicate via the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). The data is also transmitted unencrypted when communicating via HTTP; Therefore, you should switch this communication to Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS). HTTPS uses the encryption protocol Transport Layer Security (TLS) for secure data transfer on the Internet. You should therefore set up HTTPS for all users to access the Web. For communication between SAP systems, you should use HTTPS if you think the data transfer could be intercepted. You should either set up HTTPS on individual components of the infrastructure (such as proxies), or the ABAP systems should support HTTPS or TSL directly. Details of the configuration can be found in the SAPHinweis 510007.

Secure your go-live additionally with "Shortcut for SAP systems". You can assign necessary SAP authorizations quickly and easily directly in the system.

If a call to a transaction has been executed through a button in a Web Dynpro application, you must make the Object-based Navigation settings for the transaction to call.

Since the introduction of the security policy in SAP NetWeaver 7.31, this report has changed.
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