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2038 is NO.Routing path has no stage. Request is getting approved

Hi All,

I have 2038 as NO, and my Routing path(through GRAC_MSMP_ROUTE_NO_ROLE_OWNER) has no stage. So, roles having no role owners are getting auto-approved.

How is this possible

Regards

Plaban

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    May 20, 2015 at 09:45 AM

    Hello Plaban,

    Request will be auto approved if it goes to any path without any stages, irrespective of the value set for parameter 2038.

    Kind regards,

    Yashasvi

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    • Former Member Alessandro Banzer

      Hi Ab,

      I have already applied solution of this note, as it is successful, as we have discussed in this thread. However, i had diff. question, for which i do not want to pull this thread any longer.

      I appreciate your patience and humility.

      thanks and regards

      plaban

  • May 20, 2015 at 07:11 AM

    Dear Plaban,

    if you route the request to a path without stages who should then approve the roles? For sure it gets automatically approved. If you set the value to NO you need to route the request to a stage that have approvers so they can approve roles without role approvers. For example you can use the security stage.

    Hope you understand.

    Cheers,

    Alessandro

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    • Former Member Alessandro Banzer

      Hi AB

      case1: 2038 is NO. Technically, when there is no Role Owner, the routing rule routes the request to a diff. path. But the path has no stages. So, it should give error as ' No agent found'. But it gets approved. Why? 

      but i had to follow what GRC rules are: So, i had replicated this for Risk Approval workflow, by creating a Routing rule(for no RIsk owner). So, when a Risk had no Approver, it did go to the Routed path, but it still gave error" No agent found"

      Case2: 2038 is YES. i haven't checked without Routing rule. I will check and let know.

      regards

      Plaban