To enable administrators to control the evaluation of individual authorization objects in the scenario, you must add them to the scenario definition.
Depending on the scenario status you chose, the system reacts differently.
The system checks your authorizations against the authorization objects in your scenario. The system also records in the scenario definition and the active scenario that the system should actively check this authorization object for this scenario.
The system ignores the authorization objects in your scenario, you always succeed. The system also records in the scenario definition and the active scenario that the system should always ignore this authorization object for this scenario.
When the system encounters an authorization object in the application, it opens the scenario definition in change mode with the authorization object preselected. You must choose a status for the authorization check manually. You have then set the status only for the scenario definition. The status for the active scenario is empty.
You have determined how you want authorizations to be checked in the scenario definition. As long as the scenario meets the requirements for your solution, you can then transport the scenario definition with your application. Otherwise you can manually adjust the authorization objects until it meets your requirements.