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GRC AC 10 table equivalent to AGR_USER to provide details of user-role info for comparisn with the backend system

Hi Friends,

After synchronization of the USER, ROles and Profiles from back end systems to GRC System, I want to know the tables where it is stored in GRC system. Like for Backend system the Table AGR_USER has information about users and the roles assigned to them, along with the validity of the role assignment in the back end system. I want to a similar table in the GRC system where I can get this information and compare the two for verification.

I have come across GRACUSERROLE and GRACROLE (similar to AGR_DEFINE), but the information provided in these tables are in the form of role GUID's or Time Stamp GUID's. I need information in the form Text, like ROLE Name and Description that can make some sense, especially for comparison.

please help me out.

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  • Posted on Nov 24, 2014 at 03:13 PM

    Hi Ashish,

    not sure what you are looking for in detail. But e.g. role description can be found in table GRACROLE in field DESCN, role name in field ROLE NAME.

    Roles are mapped via ROLE ID (e.g. GRACUSERROLE and GRACROLE can be mapped, e.g. with SQVI (QuickViewer)).

    Please let us know what you need to know.



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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2014 at 04:08 PM


    your feedback is appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.



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