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ECC 6.0 and BI Authorizations in Project Implementation Phase for Dev only

I ) ECC 6.0 Authorizations for Project Team

I have browsed through SDN and gone through several documents and perhaps trying to post our senario as clearly as possible for better answers

Aim : 1) To give appropriate authorizations to

a) Functional Consultants

b) ABAP developers

c) BI consultants

in Development environment only on Customizing client,

sandbox client and unit testing client

There is no inhouse security consultant in house at this time.

Type of Oragnization : Midsize

project Life cycle phase : Bluprint-Realization


What role and profile should I assign to functional consultants by preparing a role from the SAP standard role and what is the best way to restrict functional consultants from sensitive areas.

eg: Modifying SAP_ALL option and assigning it to functional consultants.


BI 7.0 Authorizations for BI consultants in Development environment

Aim: 1) To give authorizations to BI 7.0 consultants (using only ABAP stack)

Question: I have read through some forum and wiki answers in sdn and many explain that give SAP_ALL and SAP_NEW to BI consultants and in addition give 0bi_all, SAP_BW_DEVELOPER and much more.

Can some body list what are the needed Roles for this kind of users ?

I know in theory many talk, do not assign SAP_ALL, but the person who advice this never explained the best alternative, and none of them I know have practially told that they have not assigned SAP_ALL.

Please explain . I think asnwering my question will bury many questions in this fourm .

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 02:49 PM

    Hi Nick,

    Did you get the answer? I'm lookinf for the same information about profiles.


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