SAP Authorizations Include customising tables in the IMG

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The assignment of the SAP_ALL profile is not required for the operation of an SAP system; therefore, a yellow icon will appear for the first check once a user has assigned the profile. For the other six checks on critical base permissions, the yellow icon will be displayed when a client is found on the system and at least one of the following two conditions applies: More than 75 users have the permission checked in this check. More than 10% of all users have the permission checked in this check, but at least 11 users.

In this article, I show you with which transaction you can easily and quickly run the authorization trace in SAP ERP or SAP S/4HANA. The displayed result provides a good overview of the involved authorizations. In this course, existing roles and profiles in authorization management (transaction PFCG) can be extended. In addition, the authorization trace is useful for maintaining authorization default values (transactions SU22 and SU24).
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You can send a signed e-mail to the system you want to announce the certificate to. For example, this is a useful alternative when emailing addresses outside your organisation. A prerequisite for this solution is that a signature certificate exists for your SAP system, in whose certificate list the certificate authority certificate - or certificates - of your users have been imported.

If the FIORI interface is then used under SAP S/4HANA, the additional components must also be taken into account here. Authorizations are no longer made available to the user via "transaction entries" in the menu of a role. Instead, catalogs and groups are now used here. These are stored similar to the "transaction entries" in the menu of a role and assigned to the user. However, these catalogs must first be filled with corresponding tiles in the so-called "Launchpad Designer". It is important to ensure that all relevant components (tile component and target assignment component(s)) are always stored in the catalog. The FIORI catalog is used to provide a user with technical access to a tile. A corresponding FIORI group is used to make these tiles visually available to the user for access in the Launchpad.

Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".

This is either C (Check) or N (Do Not Check).

Let's say that a user - we call her Claudia - should be able to edit the spool jobs of another user - in our example Dieter - in the transaction SP01.
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