In SAP, there are a variety of transaction types that allow users to perform business processes. However, each transaction type has its own risks in terms of data protection and system security.
Suddenly, a user can no longer work properly in the SAP system. And of course – allegedly – missing authorizations are to blame. We will show you how to quickly and reliably analyze whether and which authorization errors are really present.
Function modules (FuBa) are used everywhere in the SAP system. The standard already delivers a large number of FuBas. In addition, developers can create customer-specific function modules. These do not always have to be authorized separately. But if you need to authorize function modules, you can find out how here.
A basic role combines almost all authorizations that all users need. It can be assigned automatically when a new user is created in the system, assigned directly, or included in composite or business roles, thus facilitating the rapid assignment of basic SAP authorizations.
Preventing input errors and speeding up processes – to ensure this, parameter transactions are often a good choice. Today, we will explain to you what you need to consider as an authorization professional and how you can restrict parameter transactions.