SAP Authorizations SIVIS as a Service - SAP Basis

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SIVIS as a Service
Lack of know-how
Once a permission concept has been created, the implementation in the system begins. On the market, there are solutions that create PFCG rolls based on Microsoft Excel in the blink of an eye. You should, however, take a few things into account. Have you defined your roles in the form of role matrices and your organisational levels (orgés) in the form of organisational sets (orgsets)? All of this is stored in Excel documents and now you want a way to simply pour this information into PFCG rolls at the push of a button, without having to create lengthy role menus or then derive large amounts of roles, depending on how many organisational sets you have defined?

What's New from System Trace for Permissions! Here, features have been added that make recording and role maintenance much easier. Permission values in PFCG roles are maintained and debugging requires the use of the system trace for permissions. In the past, SAP customers have asked for more ease of use, since the trace evaluation is sometimes confusing.
What are the advantages of SAP authorizations?
Your compliance requirements specify that background jobs that are used should be maintained with permission proposals? We'll show you how to do that. Particularly in the banking environment, there are very strict guidelines for the permissions of background jobs used for monthly and quarterly financial statements, etc. Only selected users or dedicated system users may have these permissions. In order to clearly distinguish these permissions from the end-user permissions, it is useful to explicitly maintain the permissions for specific background jobs with suggestion values, so that these values can be used repeatedly to maintain permissions and are therefore transparent. You may have noticed that in the transaction SU24 you have no way to maintain background job credentials. So what's the best way to do that?

System Privileges (Database System) permissions: System Privileges are SQL permissions that control administrative actions throughout the database. Such actions include creating a (database) schema (CREATE SCHEMA), creating and modifying roles (ROLE ADMIN), creating and deleting a user (USER ADMIN), or running a database backup (BACKUP ADMIN).

Assigning a role for a limited period of time is done in seconds with "Shortcut for SAP systems" and allows you to quickly continue your go-live.

ID Management detects changes, such as personnel master data, SAP ERP HCM, or business partners in SAP CRM, and either applies the appropriate users in your systems or makes changes and deactivations.

The SE43 transaction gives you an overview of the existing area menus; It is also used to maintain and transport area menus.
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