Authorization Object: S_BTCH_NAM

Background Processing: Background User Name

Category: Background Processing



Determines the authorized users, which users can choose from when
scheduling a background job.
An authorized user provides the authorizations for performing a
background job.
A user can always enter himself as an authorized user when scheduling a
job. Thus, an authorization for this object is only required if your
users require users other than authorized users. This might occur, for
example, if your users need special authorizations for their background
jobs that only certain users possess.

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Object Fields

The list below includes the object’s fields, ordered by industry-standard importance:

BTCUNAME Background User Name For Authorization Check Filled in 79% of cases


Popularity Statistics

Average popularity of S_BTCH_NAM in roles: 2% (What does this mean?)
Average popularity of S_BTCH_NAM by users: 32% (What does this mean?)

Object S_BTCH_NAM is frequently used by users in the following areas:
FI:Financial Accounting
BC:Basis Components

Environmental Analysis

1. Common authorization objects used with S_BTCH_NAM:

S_BDC_MONI Batch Input Authorizations Objects appear together in 62% of cases
S_BTCH_ADM Background Processing: Background Administrator Objects appear together in 41% of cases
S_ARCHIVE Archiving Objects appear together in 36% of cases
S_ADMI_FCD System Authorizations Objects appear together in 33% of cases
S_BTCH_JOB Background Processing: Operations On Background Jobs Objects appear together in 0% of cases

  2. Appearance of S_BTCH_NAM in T-Codes:

SM37B Simple version of job selection Used in 100% of cases
BMV0 Manage Data Transfers Used in 99% of cases
SM37C Flexible version of job selection Used in 98% of cases
SARA Archive Administration Used in 95% of cases
SM36 Schedule Background Job Used in 90% of cases
SM37 Overview of job selection Used in 54% of cases

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