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GRC BRM's New Role Naming convention Attribute MASTER_ROLE_NAME

Mar 03 at 08:02 AM

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Hello All,

I am interested in utilizing the new role naming convention attribute MASTER_ROLE_NAME. I used this attribute in the derived role naming convention thinking that the corresponding characters of the master role name will be replaced in the derived role. But thats not what happened, it actually replaced the master role name from the beginning and not as per the character's place

My Derived Role Naming Convention is

Sequence Length Role Attribute Static Text

1 3 STATIC_TEXT ZED

2 1 MASTER_ROLE_NAME
3 1 STATIC_TEXT :

4 2 BPROC
5 2 BSUBPROC
6 1 STATIC_TEXT :

7 10 ORG_VAL_MAP
8 1 STATIC_TEXT :

9 9 MASTER_ROLE_NAME

Thus for the master role ZEMM:FIAP:MASTER:---:CMD2D_PR, I am expecting the derived role name to be ZEDM:FIAP:C_2800:ALL:CMD2D_PR. but the result is ZEDZ:FIAM:C_2800:USA:ZEMM:FIGL. If the system is replacing the master_role_name role attribute from the start of the master role name, than what is the use of this MASTER_ROLE_NAME role attribute?

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Colleen Hebbert
Apr 04 at 12:15 PM
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it seems like you've had more hopes on how that attribute would work (and I can understand you're reasoning as a lot of naming conventions out there use M and D or other letters to differentiate between master and derived)

It seems like someone out there has a naming conventions of

master role - template

<master role> + derive code for derived role

In this case the master role attribute would work

What did you end up doing for your configuration?

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