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Once you have identified the organisational features to consider, verify that you can redesign the existing roles so that the organisational features can be clearly maintained by use. This leads you to a concept in which functional and organisational separation is simply possible. However, it will end up with a larger amount of roles: Roles posting/investing, changing roles, reading roles. Such a concept is free of functional separation conflicts and is so granular that the organisational characteristics can be pronounced per use area.

However, you can also use the proof of use in the authorization object maintenance to search for specific implementation sites. To do this, open the authorization object in the SU21 transaction. Open the proof of use via the button and a pop-up window appears for querying usage modes (for example, using the affected authorization object in programmes or classes). After making your selection in the Usage Proof, all of the affected implementations will be tabulated. Double-click to access the relevant code locations.
Maintain table permission groups
SAP_AUDITOR_TAX Collector Role: The SAP_AUDITOR_TAX collection role is made up of module-specific individual rolls and can be seen as a proposal for the read-only role of the tax inspectors (see SAP Note 445148 for details on this role). The transactions and reports included in the SAP_AUDITOR_TAX collection role have been expanded to include additional checks that define the audit period. Some of the transactions and reports included in the SAP_AUDITOR_TAX collection role have also been expanded to include a logging of the call parameters to allow the taxpayer to better understand the auditor's audit trades.

There may be other objects associated with the site that you can also assign a PFCG role to. As in our organisation chart, you can assign three different PFCG rolls to the user. You can assign the PFCG roles to either the organisational unit, the post or the post. In this hierarchy, you assign the user as the person of the post. The user is assigned to the person as an attribute and therefore not visible in the organisational model. An HR structure could be mapped via this hierarchy. Since the PFCG roles are not directly assigned to the user but to the objects in the Organisation Management and the user is assigned to the PFCG roles only because of his association with these objects, we speak of an indirect assignment.

During go-live, the assignment of necessary authorizations is particularly time-critical. The "Shortcut for SAP systems" application provides functions for this purpose, so that the go-live does not get bogged down because of missing authorizations.

Each of your actions leads to the use of runtime versions of the corresponding objects.

The website offers a lot of useful information about SAP authorizations.

These single roles can also be combined into composite roles.
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