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How to Auto Adjust Security Roles in SAP S/4HANA for Transaction Code which are Deleted or Replaced?

Introduction.

After doing a full S/4 HANA Hybrid implementation of all the Fields this is a small and very important information I would love to share

In SAP S/4 HANA there are some major change in Simplification. Simplification means getting rid of Redundant Functionality. There will be a lot of Transaction Codes that has been completely Decommissioned hence it is very important to know from before so that you all do not invest time and energy in enhancing those Transaction Codes.. .

Everyone at some point needs to move to SAP S/4 HANA. Now in SAP S/4 HANA some transaction code is no more available. How to find it can be found in the below Blog?

https://blogs.sap.com/2020/07/15/how-to-find-which-transaction-codes-was-deleted-in-sap-s-4-hana-compared-to-sap-ecc-6.0/

How to find the Transaction Code that is replaced can be found below in this Blog?

https://blogs.sap.com/2020/07/15/how-to-find-which-transaction-code-that-is-replaced-by-a-new-transaction-code-in-sap-s-4-hana/

In this Blog we will discuss how to Adjust all the SAP Security Roles accordingly if we had copied it from SAP ECC System.

Solution

How to find which Transaction Codes was Deleted in SAP S/4 HANA compared to SAP ECC 6.0?

SE38-->Enter Report PROFGEN_CORR_REPORT_2  -> Execute or press F8

Now we Execute or press F8

 

Now Select the option Below.

The Role would be Adjusted.

Conclusion

This can be used only in SAP S/4HANA

Below is the video link

 

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  • Thanks for sharing but have you considered creating a single, more comprehensive, blog instead of the multiple ones with very few differences? In the comments to one of your previous blogs, two readers have already noted this.

    The first blog linked here already mentions this report and basically says run it and look at this column. Then, blog number 2 says run the report and look at another column. Now we are at blog number 3 that just says run the report and click a button. Was is really necessary to split this into 3 separate blogs? They are almost the same. This report has 5 other buttons on the toolbar, I hope you’re not drafting 5 more blogs on this.

    It’s nice that you found this report and shared with others, But at some point such repetitive blogs start to feel spammy and might come across as a rather disingenuous effort to gain more views or recognition than a single, but better researched, blog would. So, again, kindly consider “quality over quantity”.

    Thank you.

    P.S. By the way, this report was already mentioned in 2019 in this blog. Whenever I write about something on SCN, I search for the existing blogs and make sure to recognize those in my post.

  • Thanks for this Jelena. Sometimes I get complaints from folks that they do not want everything in one blog. I am sorry to differ but if this is the strategy I will do so,

    • I might have seen a few times in 10+ years a complaint that a blog was too long. But that’s usually some really long post with lots of examples and covering multiple aspects (you’d see reading time > 20 min). This post is nowhere near that benchmark. It’d only add a couple of paragraphs and screenshots if everything was combined. As Matthew said, it’s all about finding a good balance.

      Thank you.