Copy the user from the Clipboard to the Transaction SU10 selection
Adjust tax audit read permissions for each fiscal year
In principle, a technical 4-eyes principle must be implemented within the complete development or customizing and transport process. Without additional tools, this can only be achieved in the SAP standard by assigning appropriate authorizations within the transport landscape. Depending on the strategies used, only certain transport steps within the development system should be assigned to users. When using the SAP Solution Manager ("ChaRM") for transport control, for example, only the authorizations for releasing transport tasks should normally be assigned here. The complete processing of a transport in the development system consists of four steps: Creating and releasing a transport request (the actual transport container), creating and releasing a transport task (the authorization for individual users to attach objects to the respective transport request).
In the only method of the BAdIs, CHANGE_ITEMS, programme the necessary checks, such as on specific data constellations or permissions. These can refer to all fields in the FAGLPOSX structure. You do this by specifying that all lines for which the test was not successful will be deleted during the execution of the method. This implementation of the BAdIs complements the Business Transaction Event 1650 described in the second example. You can also use the FB03 transaction to display receipts in the same way that you implement the FB03 filter. In this case, implement the required checks in the BAdI FI_AUTHORITY_ITEM.
Implementing the authorization concept in the FIORI interface
As an SAP SuccessFactors implementation partner, we are often confronted with complex authorization constellations. For sure: If a consulting company does not implement a process first and the "framework" is missing as a result, the existing SAP authorizations must be analyzed retrospectively and the underlying concept must be understood. Only then can the new process be meaningfully inserted into the authorization concept.
The authorisation trace is a client- and user-independent trace. The results of this trace are written in the USOB_AUTHVALTRC table and can also be viewed in the STUSOBTRACE transaction by clicking the Evaluate button. This trace data can be used by developers to maintain the permission proposal values in the transaction SU22 (see also Tip 40, "Using the permission trace to determine suggested values for custom developments").
"Shortcut for SAP systems" is a tool that enables the assignment of authorizations even if the IdM system fails.
The extent to which the use of authorization tools makes sense depends on the size of a company.
If you do not see the Expert Mode button for step 2 in the SU25 transaction, check whether you can call the expert mode from the SU24 transaction by clicking the Sample Value Match button.