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Hi Gurus,

I have is about option "Connector ID for Risk Analysis" in Configuration tab. It is not explained in User Guide. Can you please explain what exactly is it about.

I will be really thankful for timely help.

thanks

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 03:03 PM

    Hi Rohan,

    I agree with your asesment that the parameter is not defined in the user manual;

    I am not certain but I will provide my thoughts; I do not use this feature but there is a documented section in th e user manual that talks about using Compliance Calibrator if yo have that product and reporting on 'critical transactions" from the Compliance Calibrator table;

    Since the parameter is "Connector ID for Risk Analysis", I wonder if it is used for interfacing between Compliance Calibrator

    Just a thought - maybe others have a better understanding

    Jerry Synoga

    Ryerson, Inc.

    630-758-2021

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    • Hi Rohan,

      I Agree with Jerry's answer. In fact there is an option to maintain Critical Transaction in Firefighter.Also you can maintain it in CC separately. In case if you want to maintain critical transactions in one system and would like to share it commonly then you need to provide the CC connector ID so that FF & CC(either CC or FF) share the critical transactions from one database.

      Hope this could help you to understand.

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2008 at 09:55 PM

    The Connector ID for Risk Analysis refers to the Connector ID in RAR, which SPM needs in order to generate the SOD Conflicts Report (SPM must "speak" to RAR to run the Firefighter's usage against the RAR ruleset). Refer to OSS Note 1055976 for details about how to view this connector.

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2008 at 09:09 AM

    Also it is a best practice to keep the connector id names common in CC and FF.

    The benefit is, if you have configured Risk Terminator for backend SOD analysis, it will also work during Firefighter activity. But if the connector Ids differ, SOD backend Analysis will not work for Firefighters.

    Best Regards,

    Amol Bharti

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 01:21 AM

    Closing so that I can post new ones

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