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Do you know the best way to handle ongoing new T-Code and development requests? Should the CIO approve allocating the resources for business requirements as they pop up or should he thoroughly inspect each application first?

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One morning the company’s security manager or auditor appears at your door and catches you off guard with a question, “Hey, how can I know if someone is looking at employee salaries or peeking at their social benefits?” Without hesitating or looking away from your computer, you answer the obvious, “Well, if the person doesn’t need this function as part of his job description, he doesn’t have permissions for it.” But this uninvited guest is not leaving. He replies, “And what if he got permission by accident, or if he moved to a different position and the relevant authorization wasn’t removed…? How can I know if this person is still using his old permissions and looking at sensitive employee data?”

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IT activities in most enterprises fall under internal rules and regulations. Transferring objects to the production environment or creating them – is no different. Companies usually have a process for transferring T-Codes into the production environment or creating new user queries in the global queries area. Such a process begins with creating the object in the development system according to a design case; followed by testing it in the development system, transferring it to QA, running tests, getting approval from the user and finally transferring it to production. Quite a straightforward process, and in most cases works well.

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