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How to create a custome Routing rule ??

Hi All,

In my project I need route path based on the two conditions

1. Role sensitivity

2.SOD violation

for I cannot use the standard routing rule.

Can you please provide me any inputs on the same ??



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  • Posted on Aug 25, 2015 at 07:50 AM

    Hello Naresh,

    refer the below link and create as per your requirement

    AC10.0/10.1: Create Rule Based on Risk Violation in Request, Using BRF+ Procedure Calls



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    • Hi Baithi,

      Thanks a lot for the reply.

      I have gone through the document and done the configuration accordingly.

      Here I have one doubt at Step 9, I could see that only one condition is added and what about the condition CRITICAL level, which we have created initially while creating the BRF+ application .

      Can I put two conditions in that decision table ??



  • Posted on Aug 25, 2015 at 08:04 AM


    not sure what are you looking..

    routing rule for SOD violation is standard available.

    role sensitivity you need to a DB lookup routing rule for GRACROLE table.

    if you are looking for initiator, you need multiple dblookups and procedure call using BRF+



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    • Hello,

      You can use 1 more method..

      create a FM rule for finding role sensitivity.

      the information can be fetched using GRACROLE table.


      and then create 1 more function module role which is chain of rule and can give two result value.

      you can take help of Abaper and build rule, which is simpler and can be used easily.


      to refer similiar rules and how to build is.

      look for GRAC_MSMP_ROUTE_NO_ROLEOWNER to build rule for Role sensitivity.

      this is just an example no relevance this is how FM module rules are like.

      and for Chain of rule you can refer GRAC_DETOUR_SODVIOL_NO_ROLOWN

      and build your own FM rule



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