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GRC on SAP R/3 Enterprise (Basis 620)

Hello,

Our client wants to install Firefighter on SAP R/3 Enterprise (Basis 620).

Now, as far as I know, GRC requires Java stack.

But I saw thsi note - 995848 - Install GRC Access Control VIRSANH 4.0 on SAP 620 Non-HR

and now I am confused.

So just bu installing the Add-On "VIRSANH 400_620", would I have all the GRC components on the ABAP 4.7 system?

Please help.

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 12:52 PM

    GRC Access Control VIRSANH 4.0 is an earlier Version of the Virsa (or now referred to as GRC) tool suite. It does not require Java but I'm not sure if SAP still sells it.

    We are using Compliance Calibrator 4.0 in our ECC 5.0 systems and all other components (Fire Fighter, Risk Terminator) are available in that version as well.

    I'm sure you'll find a few threads on the differences between the 4.0 and 5.x versions (latest is 5.3 as far as I know). The main difference is the graphics that come with the Java platform and better performance (so I've been told).

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    • Hello Petra,

      I think what you mean are configuration guides and Security guides.

      Because, I checked the installation guides.

      And installation guides are only available for CC 5.2 onwards.

      So for Virsa 4.0 for basis 620, I am guessing the installtion is only the Add-On and the Support packs.

      Then we have to do the configuration of each component, like you mentioned.

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