SAP Central User Administration(CUA) configuration


CUA or central use administration is actually configured to save the money and resource to manage large and similar user exist in many system in the landscape .This tool help us to manage all the user master record centrally from on client of the system .

Complex system landscapes.
Manual Maintenance of  user information in all the available systems.
Tedious Administrative task
Complex administrative job may lead to Security problems

Benefits of Central User Administration

•Once you configure CUA users can only be created or deleted in the central system.
•User attributes can be maintained only locally, only centrally, or both centrally and locally
•Therefore, the required roles and authorizations must exist in active form in all child systems.
•As a result each user only has to be administered once centrally which gives the administration a much clearer overview of all users and authorizations.

Steps by Step Process :Few Points

  1. We need a SAP Landscape/single system with multiple clients
  2. The administrator should have access to SAP and tcodes SU01, BD54, BD64, SCC4, SCUA, SCUM, SM59
  3.  We do need to create Create system users in central system and child systems
  4.  Create RFC connections between systems
  5.  Create logical system
  6.   Assign logical system to corresponding clients
  7.   Create model view
  8.   Add BAPI to model view
  9.   Generate partner profiles and distribute model view
  10.   Create CUA and distribution model
  11.   Maintain parameters between central and child systems
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