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7. What is the primary check for SAP authorization checks?

Learn the response to the seventh question in SearchSAP.com's exclusive security quiz. Read the answer and more detailed information.


7. What fundamental authorization object is to be used as the first line of defense in checking authorization for a transaction code?

a) S_tcode
b) Auth_init_check
c) Init_tcode_check
d) A_tcode

ANSWER: A

s_tcode is the primary check for almost all SAP authorization checks. You can limit a transaction from being accessed simply by removing the transaction code from s_tcode in a role. Even if the other authorizations exist, the user will not have access to the transaction.

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