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EAM Request No in the FF Log Report

Dear GRC Experts,

I do know that there is no standard method to include the EAM Access Request number in the FF Log Report for a reference and also recollect that other customers mentioned about it in the GRC Customer Advisory council meeting earlier this year.

However wondering if anyone could accomplish this in any simpler method and if so could you please share it? The only reason we are looking for (like most of the other clients) is for an easy track of the Access Request for EAM to the corresponding EAM Log report.

Regards
Sarada Ganti

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    Aug 23, 2016 at 10:34 AM

    Hi Sarada,

    Kindly check if the below KBA is useful.

    2122027 - Identify workflow generated for FFID session

    As the behavior of %REQNO% is different when used in FF log review , I would suggest you to check with an ABAPer if your requirement can be achieved by creating a custom notification variable.

    The Function module "GRAC_NOTIF_VAR_RULE_AR" contains the logic for all the standard variables. Create a copy of this FM and include the logic for the custom variable here.

    Keep us posted on the solution.

    Thanks.

    Regards,

    Manju

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    Former Member
    Aug 24, 2016 at 03:05 PM

    Hello Sarada,

    Currently you can set SPRO parameter 4017 as YES to get the access request number shown in description field of the firefighter user - firefighter ID assignment, see SAP Note 1840064.

    Best Regards,

    Zoltan

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      Dear All

      Just to close the loop on this, what we have done is an SAP Query to tie the request number to the ff usage from the GRC tables. This is helpful for our Compliance team to tie the Request number to the Log report.

      Regards

      Sarada Ganti