Authorization in SAP Software Design and Configuration
This comprehensive guide shows you how to develop and implement an authorization concept that will withstand the toughest demands. Permissions are covered extensively, with a focus on the relationship between organizational performance and the necessities of legal and regulatory compliance. You will learn how the tools and functions of the change management process play a critical role in the performance of an SAP system, and how various permissions in SAP solutions and processes function in detail.
Learn how to develop a systematic differentiation of roles and permissions in SAP ERP. You’ll also learn how to assign roles for the organizational management of SAP ERP HCM.
Discover the legal and regulatory scenarios (i.e., accounting law and data governance) that are relevant to your business, and how they fit into the authorization concept.
SAP Tools for Change Management
Master the essential tools for authorizations management, including the Role Manager, CUA, SAP BusinessObjects Access Control, SAP Net-Weaver IdM, UME, and more.
Technical Basics and Customizing
Learn which features are relevant to user maintenance and the basic settings necessary for a meaningful functional separation.
Authorizations in SAP Systems
Gain an in-depth understanding of the core processes of SAP ERP, as well as the specific requirements of SAP ERP HCM, SAP CRM, SAP SRM and SAP NetWeaver.
· Organization and permissions
· Legal framework
· Technical principles of the change management process
· System preferences and customizing
· Role assignment via Organizational Manager
· Role Manager
· Central User Administration (CUA)
· SAP NetWeaver Identity Management (IdM)
· SAP BusinessObjects Access Control
· User Management Engine (UME)
· Authorizations in HCM, CRM, SRM, and BW
· Permissions in Financial Accounting
· Logistics and administration
Volker Lehnert has worked for eight years at SAP, and advises on issues surrounding the authorization system. Katharina Bonitz has worked since 2006 as a technology consultant for SAP. Larry Justice is a GRC Lead Technical Architect for SAP America.