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Permissions with Maintenance Status Changed or Manual
Essential authorizations and parameters in the SAP® environment
Database Schema Privileges permissions: Schema Privileges are SQL object permissions that control access to and modification of a (database) schema, including the objects contained in that schema. A user who has an Object Privilege for a schema also has the same Object Privilege for all objects in that schema.

If the ID is maintained for all affected clients, there is no longer a risk that the six digits used from the fifth position of the generated profile name will be the same. For more information on how to handle generated profiles in complex system landscapes, see Tip 54, "Managing Generated Profile Names in Complex System Landscapes.".
Set up login locks securely
You can use your own authorization objects to develop permission checks to authorise your custom applications or extend default permissions. So far, the maintenance of the authorization objects has been very unmanageable. Authorization objects can be displayed and recreated in the transaction SU21. Creating authorization objects over this transaction has not been very user-friendly. If the input was not done correctly, the dialogue was sometimes not transparent and confusing for the user. The same was true for storing a authorization object. Several pop-up windows indicate further care activities. Another problem is that the proof of use of the authorization object is limited to finding implementations of the authorization object. However, authorization objects are also used in other places, such as suggestion value maintenance and permission maintenance. Another problem is the use of namespaces. For SAPartner who want to maintain their permission checks in their namespaces, the classic name rooms, starting with J, are used up.

You can also find some useful tips from practice on the subject of SAP authorizations on the page www.sap-corner.de.

Locking and validity of the user account is done through the user administrator and is also valid for other authentication procedures. This means that a login via SSO is not possible for an invalid user or a user with administrator lock. We therefore always recommend that you prevent access to the system by setting the validity of users. Setting validity on assigned roles also prevents the user from performing actions in the system, but does not generally prevent them from logging in.

If you get into the situation that authorizations are required that were not considered in the role concept, "Shortcut for SAP systems" allows you to assign the complete authorization for the respective authorization object.

After use, it must be administratively blocked again immediately.

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However, the preferred and more comprehensive variant of a programmatic permission check is the use of the AUTHORITY_CHECK_TCODE function block.
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