About time I could free up some time to write a useful article about this topic. I will try to explain things as good as I can …let’s see . Who is this article intended for? People that have some or a lot of experience with SAP Authorizations, but have little to no experience with SAP CRM Authorizations. Continue reading »
When a user performs his daily tasks in the SAP CRM system, we may want to control what he may see, do, execute in the system based on ofcourse his PFCG authorization role(s) , but another factor might also be his assignment in the organizational model. Therefore on a regular basis I can assume that we would like to build in certain checks and based on the outcome of this check, for example show another screen configuration, disable editing of a certain field, or just hide some assignment blocks on an overview page...just making up some examples ... Continue reading »
Let’s take a closer look at the SAP CRM Business role concept.
SAP CRM Business roles are defined in customizing. SAP delivers a great number of business roles that are defined based on a logical grouping of tasks and functionalities an end-user should be able to perform within the SAP CRM system, based on his “function” within the organization. Continue reading »
Recently I have been catching up a bit with my CRM knowledge (functional and technical) by doing a google search on SAP CRM blogs, reading SDN topics/posts, diving into interesting questions @ Sapfans.com and using many other useful resources.
One of the questions I found back was the following:
How can I check via debugging what business role a certain user is using to logon to the SAP CRM WEBUI? Continue reading »
When you log onto the SAP CRM system, you either might use the transaction code CRM_UI or directly launch SAP CRM via your favorites (if you stored the URL of the SAP CRM WEBUI already in your favorites). What I'll show you is how you can set a default logon language in the "Logon screen" that appears after you launched the SAP CRM WEBUI. Continue reading »