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Reading SAP GRC tables

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We need to write a report in SAP R/3 which involves the use of the Virsa tables in SAP R/3. Does anyone know how to read these tables?

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2009 at 08:46 AM

    Hello Loretta,

    An ABAP programmer should be able to write programs to read data from VIRSA tables which start from /VIRSA/*.

    I could not understand your question when you say that "does anyone knows how to read them". Can you kindly let me know in detail?

    Regards,

    Varun

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      Hello Loretta,

      If you are using version 4.0 or lower for Compliance calibrator then they will be populated once you start using the applications. Access Enforcer never uses backend tables as it is Java based application.

      If you have version 5.X for Compliance Calibrator, Role Expert and Access Enforcer then these tables will be empty as they are Java & Webdynpro based applications. In case of firefighter even if you are using version 5.2 or 5.3 then also these tables will be populated as this application works at R/3 level only.

      Regards,

      Varun

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2009 at 08:42 PM

    Hi,

    If you can tell us what type of customizing report are you trying to create we can tell you the details of the Tables. Where you can find that data will it be available in R/3 tables or in Java tables.

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2009 at 03:15 AM

    Does anyone have a list of the Java tables and what fields are in them?

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