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Why does business rule(s) operate in the context of a local control in SAP Process control?

Jan 12, 2017 at 12:36 PM

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Hi Experts,

I have few queries regarding the design of SAP Process control.

Why is business rule(s) assigned to a local control?
Why doesn't SAP allow us to schedule business rules directly?
Has control got to do anything with how the business rule runs?
Also, why business rules can not be assigned to a control at central level?

Kindly share your views on this. If not all the questions, please clarify my doubt on the first question. Also, let me know if separate forums have to be created for each of these questions.

Kind Regards,
Abhishek

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For every application, there should be a framework and uniformity which needs to be followed . This is required to have a clear structure of the Object hierarchy.

-Because Local Controls are specific to each organization, it makes more sense to assign BRs to local controls

-One control can have multiple Business Rules and scheduling a control will make users job easy by not choosing individual BRs

-The relevant roles , etc., are still defined in control.

-Central controls are common repository from which the entities get assigned to different organizations. Once assigned they become local to that organization. One central control can have multiple local entries.

I would recommend you to refer to GRC user guide for more clarification on the framework that is used here.

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