SAP Fiori 3.0 replaces traditional user interfaces offered by SAP such as SAP GUI. With the upgraded interface, SAP provides applications using cards (formerly called tiles) that contain different business tasks. To access these applications end users must have the proper authorizations. This SAP Expert article written by a security and GRC professional explains how to create authorizations within SAP Fiori so end users can access the solution's applications and underlying business data.
Read this article to learn:
- A general understanding of SAP Fiori’s architecture and deployment scenarios;
- How to assign authorizations so end users can access front- and back-end servers and tools such as SAP Fiori Launchpad, SAP Fiori Launchpad Designer, and SAP Fiori Content manager;
- Design considerations for catalogs and groups; and
- How SAP Fiori authorizations impact access control and segregation of duties.
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Alessandro has worked in the field of IT since 2004, specializing in SAP in 2009 and working on global SAP projects in various roles since that date. Alessandro is an active contributor and moderator in the Governance, Risk, and Compliance space on SAP SCN. Alessandro is in charge of Xiting's operations in the United States and a subject matter expert in SAP Access Control, SAP Cloud IAG, and SAP Security.