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What is the difference Between Role and Profile ?Profiles are the component of the older SAP releases, this was not replaced in the newer versions but a new layer was placed above Profiles, Roles.Profiles are therefore a subcomponent of Roles, they have a one to many relationship where when authorization objects overflow one profiles limit it will createa second profile for that Role and so on.Roles are logically assigned to users to give the newer functionality of Roles (Menus etc), but profiles are assigned to give the authorizations.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------1.profile is a set of authorization objects, but a role is a set of profiles.2.In a profile we can add up to 150 authorization objects, but in role there isno limit.3.Profile can not be manually editable, but role can be manually editable.4.In a profile we can not create the user menu, but in role we can create the user menu.5.profile is the subset of role, but role is not the subset of profile.6.profile can be created only for the transaction codes, but in role we can addtcodes,web addresses,and reports etc. ____________________________________________________________________ What is SAP R/3?SAP R/3 is SAP's integrated software solution forclient/server and distributed open systems. SAP's R/3 is the world's most-used standard business software for client/server computing. R/3 meets the needs of acustomer from the small grocer with 3 users to the multi-billion dollar companies The software is highly customizable usingSAP's proprietary programming language, ABAP/4. R/3 is scalable and highly suited for many types and sizes of organizations.The R/3 architecture is comprised of application and database servers. The application servers house the software and the database servers handle document updates and master file databases. The system can support an unlimited number of servers and a variety of hardware configurations.SAP R/3 is based on various hardware and softwarearchitectures, running on most types of UNIX, on Windows NT and OS/400.Name some drawbacks of SAP?There are many benefits to implementing an integrated solution such as SAP.Commercial benefits would include having a single source for your financial information. Capturing your business transactions in one location allows you to easily review inventory, customer and vendor activity.On the technical side, a solution on a single platform will enable easier maintenance and support, reducing costs.Having a consolidated system means fewer interfaces to support. By having a single system of record your human resources will become familiar with terminology associated

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