A user can only carry out those functions in his or her
organizational area which are stored in the profile.
In SD, the system checks for authorizations for processing
master records and SD documents.
The SAP standard system contains an example of a general profile
for sales and distribution processing ("V_SD_ALL"). It includes all
authorizations for functions specific to sales and
The standard system also includes profiles with various
This concept is hierarchically structured so that profiles with
higher-level authorizations encompass lower-level profiles. You can
branch to a detailed description of the base profile from which
other profiles are set up.
The following authorization profiles have been designed for the
V_SD_GES (SD Model Profile - Sales and Distribution)
The model profile V_SD_GES contains
all authorizations required in SD except for archiving. It is made
up of profiles V_VERK_ALL, V_VERS_ALL and V_FAKT_ALL and contains
all authorizations found in these profiles.
Authorizations required by a general
manager, for instance, are specified here.
V_SYS_PROD (Model profile for an SD system administrator in a
The model profile V_SYS_PROD contains
all authorizations required in a productive system
This profile is made up of profiles
V_SD_SYS, V_SD_GES and V_SYS_PROD (in a productive system) or
V_SYS_TEST (in a test phase) and contains all authorizations found
in these profiles.
If you wish to define your own profiles, name them using the
letters 'Y' or 'Z'. These name ranges have been left for customer
use in the standard system.
You transport number range objects as follows:
In the initial screen, choose "Interval - Transport".
Note that all intervals for the selected number range object are
deleted in the target system first. After the import, only the
intervals you export are present. The number statuses are imported
with their values at the time of export.
Dependent tables are not transported or converted.
1. Define profiles for the individual
Use the sample profiles available in
the standard system.