SAP Authorizations Object S_BTCH_NAM and S_BTCH_NA1 (use of foreign users in Steps) - SAP Basis

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Object S_BTCH_NAM and S_BTCH_NA1 (use of foreign users in Steps)
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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).

You have developed applications yourself and would like to maintain suggestion values for them? The easiest way to do this is with the help of the permission trace. Permission checks are also performed on self-developed applications. These applications must therefore be included in the PFCG rolls. If they are maintained in a role menu, you will notice that in addition to the start permissions (such as S_TCODE), no other authorization objects are added to the PFCG role. The reason for this is that even for customer-specific applications suggestion values must be maintained to ensure that the PFCG role care runs according to the rules and to facilitate the care for you. Up to now, the values of customer-owned applications had to be either manually maintained in the PFCG role, or the suggested values maintenance in the transaction SU24 was performed manually.
Making the RESPAREA responsibility the organisational level
In our example, the end user logs on to an SCM system, but can also call ERP transactions from here. To have these ERP transactions available in SAP SCM, create a new PFCGE role in SAP SCM, e.g. ZS:XXXX:ERP_MENU. The ERP transactions that the user should have access to are added to the roles menu by selecting Apply Menus > From Other Role > Destination System. Now select the appropriate ERP system and then select the appropriate PFCG role from SAP ERP. You do not need a profile for this "menu role" because this role only includes the ERP menu. You can now sort the transactions in the Hierarchy pane by using drag and drop or by using the arrow keys as you need them in the NWBC.

You can influence the default behaviour of various transactions and parameters with the customising switches for the maintenance of Session Manager and Profile Generator as well as the user and permission management. The SSM_CID table gives you an overview of all customising switches supplied by SAP, specifying the relevant tables SSM_CUST, SSM_COL, PRGN_CUST and USR_CUST. The short description of the customising switch refers to the relevant and current SAP references. The actual settings can be found in the SSM_CUST, PRGN_CUST and USR_CUST tables.

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

In general, we recommend you to use strong encryption mechanisms and to switch most users to an SSO login.

In order to clearly distinguish these permissions from the end-user permissions, it is useful to explicitly maintain the permissions for specific background jobs with suggestion values, so that these values can be used repeatedly to maintain permissions and are therefore transparent.
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