HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Using transaction su02 and manually creating the profile

About this task

Perform the following steps:
  1. Write a profile name, for example Z_TWS, and a description.
  2. Manually add the authorizations according to the following table:
    Object Description Authorization
    S_ADMI_FCD System authorizations S_ADMI_ALL
    S_APPL_LOG Application logs S_APPL_L_E2E
    S_BTCH_ADM Background processing: Background administrator S_BTCH_ADM
    S_BTCH_JOB Background processing: Operations on background jobs S_BTCH_ALL
    S_BTCH_NAM Background processing: Background user name S_BTCH_ALL
    S_DEVELOP ABAP Workbench: full authorization to modify objects of type PROG E_ABAP_ALL
    S_LOG_COM Authorization to run external commands S_LOGCOM_ALL
    S_PROGRAM ABAP: program run checks S_ABAP_ALL
    S_RFC Authoritation. check for RFC access S_RFC_ALL
    S_RZL_ADM CCMS: System Administration S_RZL_ALL
    S_SPO_ACT Spool: Actions S_SPO_ALL
    S_SPO_DEV Spool: Device authorizations S_SPO_DEV_AL
    S_XMI_LOG Internal access authorizations for XMI log S_XMILOG_ADM
    S_XMI_PROD Authorization for external management interfaces (XMI) S_XMI_ADMIN

    The authorizations are located in the "Basis: Administration" object class.

    Depending on the version of SAP R/3, the authorization S_RFC_ALL are located either in the "Cross-application Authorization Objects" or in the "Non-application-specific Authorization Objects" object class.

  3. Save the profile.
  4. Go to the user maintenance panel and assign the profile to the HCL Workload Automation SAP R/3 user.
  5. Save the user data.