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HR ABAP authorizations for Nakisa roles

DanH1
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Hi there,

We have just started to plan for ORG chart and Talent planning systems by naksia. Wondering if there are any

standard HR authorizations that the standard nakisa roles use and if anyone can elaborate if IT 008 (Basic Pay) really comes in to play with this as it is very sensitive. The project team has presented these user types:

Everyone, Executive,Assistant,HR(Human Resources), Manager

We are not using Structural auths but auth by PLOG, P_ORGIN

Any direction appreciated. Thanks !

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lukemarson
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Hi Dan,

For OrgChart are you using Live or Staged?

There are no special auths required for OrgChart. A SAP role needs to be mapped to an ORgChart role in order for users to see certain data. No PA0008 data is shown by default in OrgChart, although obviously if you want to show it you'll need to make configuration changes to restrict display, depending if you are using Live or Staged. The roles you mention are standard OrgChart roles that come pre-defined out of the box.

For SuccessionPlanning (assuming you are on ECC6 EhP4) you need to have the Talent Management Specialist role (SAP_TMC_TALENT_MANA_SPECIALIST) assigned to each user and an Area of Responsbility assigned in HRTMC_PPOM. This is between the Position of the user and the OrgUnit of each area they are responsible for. No configuration is required in the application because, for SuccessionPlanning, it is really just an interface between the user and ECC data and leverages ECC security etc.

I hope that helps!

Luke

DanH1
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Thanks Mark...it is helpful..... i believe the project team is going with LIVE

The ORGchart is now working but i notice the auths i had added where on the system user the was configured

in the Data Connections area of the Org Chart portal. The actual user logged in was not executing the auths - this is

typical do you think ?

lukemarson
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Hi Dan,

The name is Luke, but I won't hold it against you

In the SAP connection string you should not put a username and password attribute otherwise it will use these to connect with. When you just put the AS host, client and sys nr the user account from the authentication (ie your SAP login and password) is used for every request and therefore performs a security check for the user.

I hope that helps!

Luke

DanH1
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Thanks Luke, thanks for the correction !

I will note this to the Portal group as things are in the initial stages. so in the execution of org chart is there a sysyem id and

user id both being used. I am trying to understand if its similar to ESS portal where theres SAPJSF/JCO system ids and then the actual userids ?

lukemarson
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Hi Dan,

No problem! There are no user IDs in OrgChart itself, it just uses your SAP user ID to communicate with the system.

Best regards,

Luke

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lukemarson
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Hi Dan,

Can you confirm if your question was answered? If your query has been answered, please close the thread and mark it as answered. If the post remains open with activity for a month it will be closed automatically.

Best regards,

Luke Marson