Translating texts into permission roles
Determine Permissions Error by Debugging
You can also remove customer-specific organisational levels and convert them to a simple permission field. The report PFCG_ORGFIELD_DELETE serves for this purpose. It removes the permission field from the USORG table and changes the permission proposal values to that field. Finally, it goes through all the rolls that contain a shape to the field. However, it does not restore the old location of the field, because summarised values will no longer be separated when the field is elevated to the organisational level. Instead, the aggregated values are entered separately in each field. The PFCG_ORGFIELD_DELETE report also provides a value aid that shows only the customer's organisational levels. You can also use this value aid to determine all customer-specific organisational levels.
You may have special requirements that are necessarily to be included in the naming convention, such as when you define template roles in a template project that can be customised locally. You can identify this in the naming.
Authorization concept - recertification process
At the latest, if it is no longer possible to clearly define which transactions should be included in which roles and which roles a user requires, a correction is necessary. It must be clear which rights are required for the individual tasks in the system.
After these preparations, we now proceed to the expression of the User-Exit in the validation that has just been created. To do this, you copy the User-Exit definition in the created custom programme, specify a name for the User-Exit definition (e.g. UGALI) and create a new text element.
The possibility of assigning authorizations during the go-live can be additionally secured by using "Shortcut for SAP systems".
Here, authorizations must be assigned very restrictively, e.g. only to emergency users.
As a small anticipation, I may refer here to some SAP blogs on the subject of SAP Basis or also the VideoPodcast "RZ10 LIVE SAP BASIS AND SECURITY" from rz10.de picks up topics in the area of authorizations again and again and is instructive here :-).