SAP Authorizations RSUSR003 - SAP Basis

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In the SU10 transaction, click the Permissions Data button in the User Selection pane. At this point there is a jump to the report RSUSR002. In the selection screen of the report that appears, you can select the multiple selection to the User field by clicking the arrow button and insert the users from your selection by pressing the button (upload from clipboard).

SAP Note 1707841 ships an extension to the system trace in the STAUTHTRACE transaction, which enables the permission trace to be used on all or on specific application servers. To select the application servers on which to start the trace, click the System Trace button. Now select the application servers in the list on which you want to run the system trace and start the trace with a click on Trace. In the evaluation of the Permission trace, an additional column named Server Name appears, showing you the name of the application server on which the respective permission checks were logged.
Preventing sprawl with the workload monitor
If you want to allow users to access only individual table rows, you can use the S_TABU_LIN authorization object, which allows access to specific rows of a table for defined organisational criteria. A prerequisite for this type of permission is that the tables have columns with such organisational values, such as the work, country, accounting area, etc. You must now configure these organisational values in the system as organisational criteria that represent business areas; serve as a bridge between the organisational columns in the tables and the permission field in the authorization object. Since the organisational criteria are found in several tables, this eligibility check need not be bound to specific tables and can be defined across tables.

If you want to set the table logger check for multiple tables, you should note that the principles for changing Dictionary objects apply, i.e. you will generate increased system loads in running systems. Therefore, you should make both the modification and the transport of the changes outside of business hours. The SAP system only provides customising tables for table logging by default; so you don't have to worry about performance. Tables that serve to customise typically contain relatively little data that is rarely changed. However, you should not turn on table logging for tables that are subject to mass changes, as there may be performance and disk space issues. This applies to tables with root or movement data. After all, if table logging is enabled, a log entry in the DBTABLOG table is generated for each change to the contents of a logged table.

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Before implementing self-service, consider the password rules set in your systems and the use of security policies.

With the SU25 transaction, you can update the suggestion values step by step and then update all the affected roles.
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