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This report not only gives you an overview of the table logging settings in the tables, but also allows you to select multiple tables for logging. The Log flag button allows you to set the table logging check for all previously selected tables. The current status of the table loggers for the tables can be found in the Protocol column. The icon means that the table logger for the selected table is off.
The security policy was introduced with the SAP NetWeaver 7.31 release; for their use you need at least this release. Security policies thus replace the definition of password rules, password changes, and login restrictions via profile parameters. The security policy is assigned to the user in transaction SU01 on the Logon Data tab. Profile parameter settings remain relevant for user master records that have not been assigned a security policy. Some of the profile parameters are also not included in the security policy and therefore still need to be set system-wide. Security policy always includes all security policy attributes and their suggestion values. Of course, you can always adjust the proposed values according to your requirements. You define security policy about the SECPOL transaction. Select the attributes for which you want to maintain your own values and enter the values accordingly. The Descendable Entries button displays the attributes that are not different from the global entries.
By default, the transactions from the role menu can be found here as derived authorization values. Over the value assistance (F4) can be called partially the available functions fields to these field.
To make changes to the table logger, you must have the same permissions as the SE13 transaction to customise, so you must have the appropriate permissions for all tables to modify. The changes are always written to a transport order. The RDDPRCHK report allows you to enable table logging for multiple tables; however, it is not possible to disable logging on multiple tables. This is still only possible through the SE13 transaction.
For the assignment of existing roles, regular authorization workflows require a certain minimum of turnaround time, and not every approver is available at every go-live. With "Shortcut for SAP systems" you have options to assign urgently needed authorizations anyway and to additionally secure your go-live.
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