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Regarding GRC Connectors

Hello Team,

I am supporitng GRC Access control 10 for ECC & BI systems from past 5 months. Now i am having SRM system need to be added to GRC. I have created connector using sm59 and the connection is wokring fine.

Now i went to synroization jobs to run the initial jobs but i am unable to see my connector created for SRM box, i am able to see the other connectors for ecc and bi which are created some time back during the implementation. Kindly advise me if there is any thing to be done after creating the connector like some settings.

Best Regards

Vams K Pasam

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 05:23 PM

    Hello Vamsi,

    Have you completed the Connector setting for "Integration scenarios" under common component settings in SPRO?

    Have you included the connector in Mapping actions under Access Control.

    Rajesh

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 05:10 AM

    Hi Vamsi

    I have recently added new connectors as well.

    Here are the steps and areas where I needed to add. (SPRO)

    1. Create Connector on SM59
    2. Maintain Connector and Connector Groups
    3. Maintain Connector Settings
      1. AUTH
      2. PROV
      3. ROLMG
      4. SUPMG
    4. On Access Control -> Maintain Connector Settings
    5. Maintain Mapping for Actions and Connector Groups
    6. Maintain Plug-in Settings
    7. Maintain Data Source Configuration
    8. Maintain Provisioning Settings.

    Then Run Full Sync for the new Connector.

    Regards

    Mustafa


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