Analysis and reporting tool for SAP SuccessFactors ensures order and overview
If a user does not have a print permission for an output device (S_SPO_DEV privilege object), an instant print flag may be rescinded, which means that a spool job created during the job step would not print immediately. If archive parameters are passed when scheduling a step, a check is performed on the object S_WFAR_PRI. If the Step user does not have a matching permission, an error message is displayed.
Changes to SAP user data should be uncomplicated and fast. Users can make requests for SAP systems themselves. In exceptional and emergency situations, SAP users should be assigned extended authorizations quickly and for a limited period of time. Simplified assignment and control of exception authorizations in SAP systems is required. You can freely and flexibly determine the duration of these authorization assignments. Decisions can be controlled and monitored across systems. Whether it's recertification of SAP users, vacation requests or birthday wishes: all these things can now be processed and managed centrally in one place.
Installing and executing ABAP source code via RFC
Native or analytical tiles: These tiles work exclusively in the FIORI interface and are adapted to the new technology. Here, for example, push messages are displayed on the tile, or key figures, diagrams, etc. are displayed, which can then be processed directly with a click. These tiles do not have direct GUI access, or cannot be used directly in the GUI environment. As mentioned above, access to these tiles is provided in a so-called front-end system via corresponding catalogs and groups. However, the underlying conceptual permissions (who is allowed to do what within the functionality of the tile) follows the same processes as in the "old world" for transaction access. The tile in the front-end needs here corresponding dependent distinctive authorizations (keyword: SU24 adjustment). In the back-end system, then again - analogous to the "old" world - about a role, which is built in the profile generator and maintained on object and field level, or set. Of course, topics such as updating internal and third-party tools, integrating cloud solutions, modern hybrid infrastructures, defining and operating ongoing dynamic changes, etc. must also be taken into account here.
When you mix roles, either after upgrading or during role menu changes, changes are made to the permission values. You can view these changes as a simulation in advance. As described in Tip 43, "Customising Permissions After Upgrading," administrators may see some upgrade work as a black box. You click on any buttons, and something happens with the permissions in their roles. For example, if you call step 2c (Roles to be reviewed) in the SU25 transaction, all roles will be marked with a red light, which requires mixing based on the changed data from the SU24 transaction. Once you call one of these roles and enter the Permissions Care, the permission values change immediately. Using the Alt, New, or Modified update status, you can see where something has changed, but you cannot see the changed or deleted values. A simple example of how to play this behaviour without an upgrade scenario is changing the role menu. Delete a transaction from a test role and remix that role. You are aware that certain authorization objects have now been modified and others have even been completely removed, but can't all changes at the value level be replicated? Thanks to new features, this uncertainty is now over.
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.
You can also change the value of the parameter again at the operating system level.
These user types control the login behaviour and also the impact of password rules on the user.