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Authorization Objects for S/4 HANA RFC User

Hi All,

We are establishing a connectivity between SAP ECC(Source)>SAP DS 4.2 SP9 and S/4 HANA 1709(Target).

Kindly help me with the RFC user Authorizations for S/4 HANA Target System. Its urgent. I have identified few of them


The Auth objects in BOLD are for pulling data from SAP ECC

S_TABU_DIS

S_TABU_NAM

S_DEVELOP

S_SDS

S_RFC_ADM

Below Auth Objects are specific to load data in S/4 HANA

S_IDOCDEFT

S_TRANSPRT

S_TCODE

S_SCRP_TXT

Would appreciate if anyone could provide inputs

Regards
Arun Sasi
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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2018 at 10:26 AM

    Dirk Venken


    Would appreciate if you could provide any inputs on this

    Regards

    Arun Sasi

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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2019 at 08:27 AM

    Jeshtha Bhusari

    In order to connect to SAP Application Server above mentioned Roles and Authorization are needed for the user which will be used in the SAP Applications Datastore(Target S/4 HANA)

    Service Account user should be created by SAP Security Team(eg. DS_DEV_100)

    DEV = System and 100 = Client

    An RFC Destination program must also be registered and created on the SAP Application Server.

    If there is some error while setting up the SAP Applications datastore then you can ask Security team to apply a trace on the Service account user and they will be able to find the missing authorizations.

    Also refer to below SAP Note for detailed authorizations. Although this is not the latest SAP Note but it is helpful

    1891274 - How to set SAP user authorizations for Data Services 4.1 and 4.2 and Hana Cloud Integration

    Helpful Link:

    https://help.sap.com/doc/d7c2c95f2ed2402c9efa2f58f7c233ec/1709%20000/en-US/SEC_OP1709.pdf

    Dirk Venken , Is the above SAP Note the latest version. I see it has been revised as Ver 11

    Regards

    Arun Sasi

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