Dependencies of Role/Profiles

Role/Profiles can be calssified in the below four types Dependencies   :

Ø  All User Dependency

Ø  Basis Dependency

Ø  Job dependency

Ø  Role-Profile Dependency

All User Dependency :

These are the roles/profiles which are required by all the user in that category like user group , system or in that particular client .

User are created in the respective systems with the respective authorization roles/profiles .

All user dependencies are again further divided into three  categories :

“All internal user”,

“All External User”

“All User”

All Internal User: These include the Roles/Profiles for the members within the organization .

All External User: These include the Roles/Profiles which are classified for the external employees to the company e.g. : Contract Employees , Vendors etc .

All User: This include the Roles/Profiles for all the users ; irrespective of internal or external Uers to an organization .

Basis Dependency :

User will get such roles/profiles when they get other authorizations for the systems, e.g. via ARM request .

Same way like ‘All User Dependency’  ; Basis Dependency have “All internal user”, “All External User” or “All User” .

Job Dependency :

This include the Roles/Profiles which are given to the user on the basis of their job requirement.

Job related assignments are done based on organizational assignments of the user. Possibilities are:

a.      Cost Center assignment

b.      Company Code assignment

c.       Job-ID assignment

Same way like ‘All User Dependency’  ; Job Dependency have “All internal user”, “All External User” or “All User” .

Role-Profile Dependency:

Profile-Role dependencies show a dependency base on a source role/profile.

 

This employs for the Roles/Profiles which are given to the user in correlation with the role required by the user.

Thus depndencies serve the purpose of corelation of the roles/profiles and the segregation of the user role/profile assignment and their requirements .

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