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SAP Security. Indra Tanudjaja San Jose State University November 2002. What is SAP?

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What is SAP?

SAP stands for Systeme, Anwendungen, Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung, which freely translates into Systems, Applications, and Products in Data Processing. SAP is a collection of software for nearly all business applications in middle and large sized companies.

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SAP Security Terminology

• Authorization object: the basic building block of SAP security (e.g. user group or company code during invoice payment entry)

• Authorization: Set of values for an authorization object (e.g. user group “Finance” or company code “CA01” during invoice payment entry)

• Profile (Simple Profile): Logical grouping of several authorizations. Profiles usually represent business tasks/functions that can be carried out.

• Composite profile: Logical grouping of several profiles. Composite profiles usually represent roles within an organization.

• User Master: Each user must have a User Master Record. A user is assigned one or more profiles and/or composite profiles in their master record.