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GRC CUP how to pull manager from Global directory or Active directory

Hi,

how can i pull manager from global directory or active directory as approver.We are designing dual control approval process.First manager from global directory can approve then role owner.In workflow stages i can only see approvers information has to be entered manaually in CAD.Also i am looking when requestor requesting request,it should automatically fetch manager information on the request page,once user id selected.

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Mushu

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    Dec 08, 2010 at 11:04 AM

    Dear Mushu,

    Two things you need to do

    1.) Maintain the Manager's Field in Active Directory and do mapping in CUP >Configuration >Field Mapping-->LDAP Mapping

    2.) Keep LDAP as authentication system so that whenever a User has to log into the CUP he will do using his network id and his manager is automatically pulled from Active Directory.

    Then in the workflow you can keep the approver determinator as Manager by which the request will routed to the appropriate manager. Hope that helps.

    Edited by: celestemay17 on Dec 8, 2010 12:05 PM

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      You may want to chek out the note 1228996. (and also see other related notes)

      Regards,

      Chinmaya

      Edited by: chinmaya prakash on Dec 9, 2010 4:53 PM

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    Dec 15, 2010 at 02:48 PM

    Thanks celestemay17, Alpesh, Chinmaya.

    I gave authentication->LDAP, instead of UME.

    For AEApprover,AEAdmin,AESecurity-UME permissions are ok or i need to maintain in LDAP too.

    for eg: in UME Roles: AEApprover,AEAdmin,AESecurity what permissions in LDAP has to be maintained?

    Thanks

    Mushu

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      Chinmaya,

      LDAP authentication is only for end users. You still need to maintain all the approvers, administrators etc. in UME and assign them respective AE* roles.

      Regards,

      Alpesh