Use table editing authorization objects
Determine Permissions Error by Debugging
The authorization check for the authorization objects PS_RMPSORG and PS_RMPSOEH runs as follows following a user entry: The system determines the organizational unit to which the user is assigned. Starting from this organizational unit, the system creates a list of all organizational units that are superior to the organizational unit determined in the first step in the hierarchy. The system determines the set (M1) of all organizational objects that are assigned to these organizational units. The system determines the organizational unit to which the object to be processed is assigned (corresponds to the lead organizational unit in the attributes of the object to be processed). Starting from this lead organizational unit, the system creates a list of all organizational units that are superior to the determined organizational unit within the hierarchy. The system determines the set (M2) of all organizational objects assigned to these organizational units. The system forms the intersection (from M1 and M2) of the matching organizational objects of the user and the object to be processed. The system determines the organizational levels that match for the user and the object being processed. Once a matching organizational level is found, the system performs the authorization check for the other fields of the authorization object (e.g., type of object or activity); if the system cannot determine a common organizational level, processing is rejected. If the user is allowed to perform the requested activity, processing is allowed; otherwise, the system rejects processing.
In many SAP environments, there are historically grown authorization structures that cause unnecessary security gaps. These should be examined closely.
You probably know this. You find a specific customising table and you don't find it. Include the tables in the guide and they are easy to find. Customising is used by almost every SAP customer. Custom customising tables are created and standard programmes are extended. A custom programme that uses customising is written quickly. Project printing often lacks the time for sufficient documentation, for example in the SAP Solution Manager. The easiest way is to find customising tables where they are in the SAP standard: in the SAP Introductory Guide (IMG).
The SAP CO module is the module for classic controlling in a company. Part (the responsible area) of it is the control and analysis of costs. This also includes the control of the cost types and the cost rates that are incurred and posted in the company. Controlling then usually reports directly to the company management. It is supported by the tools from the SAP CO module, which can provide comprehensive evaluations and analyses. SAP CO can be subdivided into several further subareas. These include, for example, CO-PC (Product Cost Accounting), CO-PA (Profitability Analysis) or PCA (Profit Center Accounting).
Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".
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The password is generated depending on the password rules; This is done by first evaluating the settings in the security policy assigned to the user.