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Correct settings of the essential parameters
Are you already using BAPIs in user care? For example, you can use them to set up a password reset self service. We show you how to do this and what you need to pay attention to. Especially with large system landscapes and systems that are only sporadically used, users often forget their password. Strengthened password rules (e.g. to change a password regularly or to require certain character types to be used), which are supposed to serve security, do their part. Forgotten passwords and the frequently resulting user locks are unfortunately often lost to the user when access to a system is most needed. Unlocking a user and assigning a new password is rarely done in real time, even with large 24-hour support service departments. This problem, which I am sure you are familiar with, does not exactly promote employee satisfaction and productivity. A self-service that uses the Business Application Programming Interfaces (BAPIs) can counteract this.
This information is used in the name generation of the external service. In this way, all area start pages and logical links configured in a CRM business role are authorised in the form of external services. Due to the mass of external services that appear in the role menu, it is difficult to keep track of them. Now, to allow only certain external services, you can do the following: First, identify the external service using the permission trace.
Conceptually, the user types Database User and Technical User are distinguished. Database users are users that represent a real person in the database. As soon as a Database User is deleted, all (!) database objects created by this Database User are also deleted. Technical users are users who perform technical tasks in the database. Examples include the SYS and _SYS_REPO users, which allow administrative tasks such as creating a new database object or assigning privileges.
Well-maintained suggestion values are extremely helpful for creating PFCG roles. We will give you a rough guide as to when it makes sense to maintain suggestion values. SAP provides suggested values for creating PFCG roles in the USOBT and USOBX tables via upgrades, support packages, or hints. These suggestion values include suggested values for permissions of SAP default applications that can be maintained in PFCG roles. Suggestion values are supplied not only for transaction codes, but also for Web Dynpro applications, RFC function blocks, or external services. You can customise these suggestion values to suit your needs. However, this does not happen in the supplied tables, but in the USOBT_C and USOBX_C customer tables. Care is carried out in the transaction SU24.
With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you can automate the assignment of roles after a go-live.
In addition, it allows for a targeted activation or deactivation of the implementations.
Alternatively, you can enable the check for activity 50 (Move) of the S_USER_GRP authorization object.