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How to check if the text objects have been uploaded to SAP GRC RAR 5.3

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When I tried to upload the the static text from ecc6 in foreground to GRC RAR 5.3 , after some time I am getting the following error.

"The page cannot be displayed " error. Have any one faced this error ? If so what to do?

When I tried to upload it in background, after assigning a background job id, Job Completed successfully.

But how can we check if the static text have been actually uploaded to the server ? Is there any way we can check this using debugger? if so how we can do this?

I could'nt find any notes or similar posts for this. Please help.

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2008 at 04:51 PM

    Let's go for an exercise called "Do it yourself"

    1. Checkout what is there in SAPtext.txt Understand the data, and answer yourself what exactly is there in the file.

    2. Look for the same in the RAR front end, Tip: checkout the actions objects around risk, functions, BP creation.

    You don't need debugger for this 😊

    Best Regards,

    Amol Bharti

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      Hi Amol

      It is possible to use debugger to find the static text objects .

      in the debugger screen execute the following query.

      select * from virsa_cc_objtext

      Infact you have posted the same info in the link

      error-while-checking-the-debugger 😊

      Thank you for the other information also. But from where did you got the user guide?. can you give the link of user guide. I got these configurations steps from grc how to links. Please share that that as well.

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