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The Anatomy of SAP Authorization or Documentation on SAP Authorization Objects and Authorization Field Values
You can automate the translation of the texts by using the LSMW transaction. This transaction is intended for migration tasks, but is also very well suited to allow a particular transaction to be repeated and automated. You record the execution of a transaction and get the variables of the text blocks (technical role name, role description, etc.). You can add values from an import file based on Microsoft Excel to each flow loop. For example, the Excel file contains a table with the columns Technical role name, description German, description English. The LSMW script works through the import file line by line and thus role by role.

If a transaction is removed from the role menu, the default permission is deleted when mixing. However, this only applies if no further transaction requires this permission and therefore uses the same permission proposal. This applies to both active and inactive default permissions.
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In addition to these requirements, other settings can ensure that the transaction can be performed without verification: Verification of eligibility objects is disabled by check marks (in transaction SU24). This is not possible for SAP NetWeaver and SAP ERP HCM authorization objects, i.e. it does not apply to S_TCODE checking. The checks for specific authorization objects can be globally off for all transactions (in transaction SU24 or SU25). This is only possible if the profile parameter AUTH/NO_CHECK_IN_SOME_CASES is Y. In addition, executable transactions may also result from the assignment of a reference user; the reference user's executable transactions are also taken into account.

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If you want to understand how to run a permission check in your code, you can use the debugger to move through the permission check step by step. To implement your own permission checks, it may be helpful to see how such checks have been implemented in the SAP standard. In this tip, we show you how to view the source code of permission checks using the debugger in the programme, or how to get to the code locations where the permission checks are implemented.

Authorizations can also be assigned via "Shortcut for SAP systems".

Here we present possible approaches to reduce this manual effort.

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Through this conversion, many technical and also organizational components come upon the respective companies.
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