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What is CUA in SAP security?

What is CUA in SAP security?

Introduction to Central User Administration (CUA) in SAP Central User Administration is a feature in SAP that helps to streamline multiple users account management on different clients in a multi SAP systems environment.

What is the use of CUA?

Using central user administration (CUA), you can maintain user master records centrally in one system. CUA distributes changes automatically to the child systems. CUA enables you to have an overview in the central system of all user data in the entire system landscape.

How do I add a user to CUA?


  1. Log on to the central system (in this example, ADM client 070 ).
  2. Start Select Model View for Central User Administration (transaction SCUA).
  3. Enter the name of your distribution model, such as CUA .
  4. Choose Create.
  5. Enter the names of the child systems, such as PRDCLNT324 .

What is RFC connection in SAP?

Remote Function Call (RFC) is the standard SAP interface for communication between SAP systems. RFC calls a function to be executed in a remote system. This type of RFC executes the function call based on synchronous communication , meaning that the systems involved must both be available at the time the call is made.

How do I deactivate CUA?

Call the Maintain System Landscape application (transaction SCUA ). Choose Temporary Deactivation . The Change the CUA Connection application appears. Choose CUA Off and then Execute .

How do I remove CUA from my child system?

Procedure in the Central System

  1. In the central system, start transaction SCUA, and choose Delete.
  2. In the Delete group box, choose the Child system option, and enter the child system to be removed from the CUA (for example, using input help).
  3. Set the Test indicator, and choose Execute.

How do you use SCU0 in SAP?

Go to t-code SCU0, select “Manual selection” option and click on create. In the next popup, enter the list of table names identified earlier. In next screen, Enter some description and RFC destination of the system to be compared with.