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To modify an existing function definition, you required a working copy of the function definition. The working copy can be created from the active function definition. The data of an existing working copy are overwritten with the data from the active function definition, after prompting.
To create a working copy
To transfer SAP functions from a development environment to a production environment, for example, you can export function definitions to CSV files. These CSV files can be imported into other databases.
To export the function definition to a CSV file
The following properties are exported:
|Property||Data field in the CSV file.|
|Name of the function definition||Function|
|Assigned function category||Process|
|Description of authorization field.||Field Description|
|Value/lower scope boundary||Value From|
|Upper scope boundary||Value To|
The import status (State) is included with each data record in the CSV file as additional information. The import status is set to "1" by default on export. This data is evaluated when function definitions are imported.
One and the same function definition can be used for different concrete instances. A specific SAP client that the SAP function will be used in, is given in the function instance. In addition, the variables that are assigned to the authorization fields are given specific values. Function instances can only be created for SAP functions that are enabled.
To edit function instances
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|NOTE: One Identity Manager users can create and edit function instances for those SAP functions that they are responsible for with the application role Identity & Access Governance | Identity Audit | Maintain SAP Functions.|
Enter the following master data for a function instance:
|Function definition||The function instance is created for this function definition.|
|Client||SAP client to which the SAP function should be applied.|
|Variable setUsed to configure synchronization configuration for different systems. Each variable set contains at least the variables for the system connection parameter. The value of the variables are redefined for different uses.||Variable set with functions defined, which are used in the function definition. The variable set and the function instance must be assigned to the same SAP client.|
|Managers||Application role whose members are responsible for the function instance and variable sets in terms of content.
To create a new application role, click . Enter the application role name and assign a parent application role.
|Display name||Function instance display name. This is formatted from the function definition name, the assigned client and variable set.|
|Description||Spare text box for additional explanation. The function definition description is copied to a new function instance.|
|Function Instance Elements||Displays transactions, approval objects and function elements of the SAP function with specified values that are determined from the assigned variable set. Changes to the variables or variable set are displayed as soon as the DBQueue Processor has processed the corresponding authorization tasks.|