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Law-critical authorizations
Organisationally restrict table editing permissions
The selection mask for selecting change documents in the transaction SCUH is divided into four sections: Standard selection (similar to other SUIM reports), output, selection criteria, and distribution parameters. In the default selection you have the option to specify for which model view, for which modifier (Modified by) and for which time period you want to view change documents.

You can find the report RSUSR010 in the User Information System under the entry Transactions > Executable Transactions (all selections). You can run the report for users, roles, profiles, and permissions as described above. We will describe the evaluation for the users below (see figure next page above); for the other selection options, the operation of the report is analogous. The RSUSR010 report identifies all transactions that a user is allowed to start. In the list of executable transactions, you can then double-click on the transaction (for example, PFCG) to view the list of authorization objects and values for that transaction.
View system modifiability settings
When you select the row with the parameter transaction you created and click on the Suggest values button, the S_TABU_NAM authorization object is automatically created with the correct suggestion values, i.e. the table name in the transaction SU24. Check these suggestion values by clicking Yes in the S_TABU_NAM column. You will now end up in a view from the transaction SU24 and can check in the tables authorization objects and Permission Proposition Values (for all authorization objects) which changes to the object S_TABU_NAM have been made automatically. For more information and implementation guidance, use SAP Note 1500054. The SAP Note also provides the SUSR_TABLES_WITH_AUTH analysis report, which specifies table permissions for users or individual roles. This report checks at user or single-role level which tables have permissions based on the S_TABU_DIS or S_TABU_NAM authorization objects. The report does not check whether the user has the transaction startup permissions that are also necessary, such as S_TCODE. For example, if you check what table permissions a particular user has based on the S_TABU_DIS authorization object, you will receive information about the table names, the associated table permission group, and the eligible activities. Granting permissions to access tables directly is flexible and useful, and is not recommended unless the mechanism is hammered out by giving the user general table access through generic maintenance tools.

The logging takes place in both the central system and the subsidiary systems. If the change documents are to be read for the attached subsidiary systems, the subsidiary systems must also be at the release and support package status specified in SAP Note 1902038. In addition, RFC users in their daughter systems need permission to read the change documents using the S_USER_SYS authorization object with the new activity 08 (Read the change document).

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

To access business objects or execute SAP transactions, a user needs appropriate authorizations, since business objects or transactions are protected by authorization objects with multiple authorization fields.

At you will also find a lot of useful information on the subject of SAP authorizations.

The SU25 transaction lists additional customisation options in addition to upgrade activities.
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