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Remote Logon Required in ChaRM

Hi Everyone-

When processing an urgent correction I am taken to a remote logon screen for my development client when I select actions such as Authorize Change Request, Set to In Development, and even when I try to assign partner functions.

This should be done in the background and appear seamless to the user, however I am still taken to the development logon screen when pulling these actions.

Other unusual behavior:

1.) At the logon screen the user's password doesn't work.

2.) Exiting the logon screen without typing anything into the password field will still save the transaction when returning to CRMD_ORDER.

Any idea why this happens? Trusted RFCs have been established.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 07:41 PM

    One more thing:

    If the change manager assigns a developer, tester and It Operator and then sets the status to In Development, the system behaves as it should and creates the transport request in the background.

    However, if the developer logs in after the partner functions are assigned and sets the status to In Development the remote logon is prompted.

    Any ideas?

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