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Critical Permission level Risk anlysis in GRC10

Hi guys,

I'm creating some permission level risk and function Rules without Action in GRC 10. Some reason it is not working for me, I tried everything but it is not working at all. Here is what I'm setting up; Create Z function and use ^!ZDEBUG as an Action because there is no T-code involved and then go to the permission page and setup permission group same as Action ^!ZDEBUG. I also tried different name as permission group. As soon as I save

^!ZDEBUG has gone from Action column and it saved without it seems like blank Action column.

I'm not sure what I'm missing? I also try "^!ZDEBUG" with double quote but still not working. I was using S_DEVELOP as an object and ACTVT as field value with 02 and OBJTYPE = DEBUG and try to make this work but some how it gives me such a pain.

We are running SPS17 in GRC 10. Please advise the correct setting. Thanks in advance.



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  • Posted on May 18, 2015 at 02:45 PM


    I assume you referred the below Note for special characters in permission rules,if not kindly check

    2130951 - Explanation of ^! characters in Permission Only rules

    also check the below threads for similar issue,might be useful

    Uploading Critical Permissions in GRC Ruleset | SCN



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  • Posted on May 20, 2015 at 05:44 AM


    All seems to be correct, only, as mentioned by Plaban, keep the Actions Empty and use ^! in Permission group.

    Kind regards,


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