Adjust tax audit read permissions for each fiscal year
Use system recommendations to introduce security
In this case, please note that you may need to replace the SS table permission group with other table permission groups. This is required if you have entered a different table permission group when maintaining the table permission groups, for example, for the T000 table.
SAP Note 1854561 provides a new possible value for the auth/authorisation_trace parameter: F (Trace enabled with filter). Allows you to limit the permission trace to values that can be set by the filter. The filters are defined in the STUSOBTRACE transaction (see SAP Note 1847663).
User & Authorization Management with SIVIS as a Service
You can view the change documents of the permission proposal maintenance using the report SU2X_SHOW_HISTORY (available with the support package named in the SAPHinweis 1448611). If the note is not implemented, use the USOBT_CD and USOBX_CD tables. We recommend that you run the SU24_AUTO_REPAIR correction report regularly. This report cleans up inconsistencies and adds missing modification flags in the transaction SU24 data that may turn up as errors when the transaction SU25 is executed. Read SAP Note 1539556 for this. Modification flags are added to the records in transaction SU24, if they have been modified by you. You can see these flags in the USOBT_C and USOBX_C tables.
The valid programmes or transactions are stored in the SAP TPCPROGS delivery table, but do not follow a uniform naming convention. Part of the transaction code (e.g. AW01N), part of the report name (e.g. RFEPOS00), or the logical database (e.g. SAPDBADA) is relevant here. Logical databases (e.g. SAPDBADA, SAPDBBRF) are basic data selection programmes and are particularly used in financial accounting. The permission checks, including the time period delimitation, are implemented in the logical database and work for all reports based on a logical database (e.g. the RAGITT00 grid is based on SAPDBADA and the RFBILA00 balance sheet report is based on SAPDBSDF). When you copy the values from the TPCPROGS table, the TPC4 transaction is quickly configured.
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
When programming your permission check, always check the SY-SUBRC return code and define what should happen in the event of a non-successful permission check, i.e. if SY-SUBRC is not equal to 0.
At www.sap-corner.de you will also find a lot of useful information on the subject of SAP authorizations.
For us, it has proven itself, in the name of the new function block, the name BTE and the number of the template (here: 1650).