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ECATT - downloading options

Hi

We have lots of roles to donwload as we are going to delete them afterwards (download for backup purpose, in case we need them again)

Normally SAP would save the downloaded role into a file that is saved to your local disk

We would like to use ECATT to mass-download roles (using PFCG - @ 800 roles) however we would like to have the files saved individually so that - if ever needed - we can upload one of them rather than having to do a bulk upload

Is this possible? we can't seem to find the solution

Thank you

Nadia

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 09:24 AM

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    > Hi

    >

    > We have lots of roles to donwload as we are going to delete them afterwards (download for backup purpose, in case we need them again)

    > Normally SAP would save the downloaded role into a file that is saved to your local disk

    >

    > We would like to use ECATT to mass-download roles (using PFCG - @ 800 roles) however we would like to have the files saved individually so that - if ever needed - we can upload one of them rather than having to do a bulk upload

    >

    > Is this possible? we can't seem to find the solution

    > Thank you

    >

    > Nadia

    Hi Nadia,

    The below solution may help you.

    If you are using latest SAP system,then in the eCATT test configuration,you can store all those roles as variants.

    While executing the test configuration,you have option to choose which variant you have to run.

    Kindly don't try this on any production system.

    Regards,

    SSN.

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