SAP Authorizations Task & functionality of the SAP authorization concept - SAP Corner

Direkt zum Seiteninhalt
Task & functionality of the SAP authorization concept
Centrally view user favourites
The path with the associated permission group DEVL contains the local temporary files of the ABAP Frontend Editor of the ABAP development environment (transactions SE38, SE80, SE24, etc.). The two paths with the ADMN permission group show how logically related paths can be grouped into a S_PATH permission check. The two entries with the FILE permission group show how paths for Windows can be completed in systems with application servers of different operating systems. The core.sem and coreinfo entries are required to write run-time errors in the SNAP snapshot table. The dev_ and gw_ entries allow you to view files from the developer trace and Gateway Log in the ST11 transaction. If the suggestion in the first entry of the table is too restrictive, you can choose the alternative in the following table. This entry only forces a permission check on S_PATH and the ALL permission group; You should, however, only grant such permission very restrictively.

System trace - Transaction: ST01 or STAUTHTRACE - There is also a system trace for an evaluation. Unlike the authorization trace, a system trace is mainly designed for short periods of time. My preferred variant to call the system trace is via the transaction STAUTHTRACE. Here you can filter the evaluation directly and get a better evaluation representation. Over the individual Buttons one can switch directly the Trace on or off and display the result of the Trace.
Create a report transaction for the report that is called in the background job. Set up the report transaction in the transaction SE93 and assign the report RHAUTUPD_NEW as a programme. Start the authorisation trace by setting the auth/ authorisation_trace profile parameter to Y or F if you want to work with filters (see tip 38, "Use the SU22 and SU24 transactions correctly"). Now run the job to collect permission checks on the permission trace. Your permission checks should now be visible in the STUSOBTRACE transaction. Now maintain the permission proposal values for your report transaction in transaction SU24 by entering the transaction code in the appropriate field. You will find that no values are maintained. Now switch to Change Mode. You can add your permission suggestions from the trace using the Object > Insert objects from Permissions Trace > Local (see Tip 40, "Use Permission Trace to Determine Suggest Values for Custom Developments"). Add the suggestion values for each displayed authorization object. Now create a PFCG role that includes the report transaction permission and maintain the open permission fields. Then test whether the job can be run with the permissions from the PFCG role.

The SAP standard allows you to evaluate the statistical usage data via a standard function block. The call is made through the transaction SE37. Select here the function block SWNC_GET_WORKLOAD_STATISTIC. The function block is used to write the usage statistics to a temporary table, from which you can extract the data for further use.

However, if your Identity Management system is currently not available or the approval path is interrupted, you can still assign urgently needed authorizations with "Shortcut for SAP systems".

It integrates operational controls as well as risk management, information security, and internal auditing.

If you want to know more about SAP authorizations, visit the website

Not only does the transaction need to be started by the S_TCODE authorization object, but the following conditions must also be met: For certain transactions, there are additional permission checks that are performed before the transaction starts.
SAP Corner
Zurück zum Seiteninhalt