Temporarily disable Central User Management
List of required organisational levels and their value
If you have created your own applications, we recommend that you always implement your own permission check and do not just rely on application startup permissions such as S_TCODE, S_START, S_SERVICE, and S_RFC. If you want to add your own checks to standard applications, you must first find the appropriate place to implement the check. To develop without modification, SAP offers user-exits or business add-ins (BAdIs) for such cases. Some SAP applications also have their own frameworks in place that allow customisation-free implementation of their own permission checks, such as the Access Control Engine (ACE) in SAP CRM.
This representation has been chosen to show the differences in the classification of user types, because, despite the Global setting for the distribution parameter of the licence data (in the transaction SCUM), the settings in the ZBV may differ from those of the subsidiary system. In addition, you can add the columns ID in the report: Contractual User Type and ID: Show the value in central, which contains the technical values for the user type. If users on the daughter systems are not relevant for the licence measurement, the value User is irrelevant for the licence measurement in the column Contractual User Type. This value occurs for the following users: - technical user - user is not present - user is not valid - user is of type reference user.
Copy values from the Clipboard to the transaction's PFCG permission fields
Personally, I'm a big fan of the role-based authorizations in SAP SuccessFactors and I'm glad the system has such extensive capabilities. To review your need for action in this area, I advise you to ask yourself the following questions: Do you know which users get which SAP authorizations and why? Can you explain the concept to your data protection officer? Is it easy for you to introduce a new process because you know how the authorizations work? If you have to answer "no" here (several times), I recommend you to dedicate yourself to the topic. It will make their lives easier in the future. If you need help with this, feel free to contact us!
On the topic of SAP authorizations and SAP S/4HANA, I can recommend the SAP online course by Tobias Harmes as blended learning from Espresso Tutorials for SAP administrators, ABAP developers and people who are currently or will be dealing with SAP authorizations. The online course covers the following topics: - Introduction to the course - Why are SAP authorizations actually important? - How do SAP authorizations work technically? - Developing and maintaining roles - SAP Fiori authorizations/tile authorizations in S/4HANA - Developing authorization checks.
During go-live, the assignment of necessary authorizations is particularly time-critical. The "Shortcut for SAP systems" application provides functions for this purpose, so that the go-live does not get bogged down because of missing authorizations.
The role description and the long text are also depending on the language.
Until now, there were no ways to define different password rules or password change requirements for these users.