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Hi Guys,

I'm configuring SPM in GRC10.0 SP4 and cannot seem to get the SPM FFID's to be recognised in the NWBC. It finds the appropriate user IDs when trying to assign them as Firefighters but just not when trying to make them into Firefighter IDs, Owners or controllers.

Does this rely on having a flag on the user record, an organisational hierarchy setup or some kind of sync job executed to send the users across to the frontend.

Cheers, Simon

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2011 at 01:50 PM

    As an update, I have now syncronised the data using the report GRAC_REPOSITORY_OBJECT_SYNC as directed in the Pre-implementation guide.

    I'm not able to see the relevant configuration area in the NWBC for GRC Role Assignment. The documentation suggests that it's under Access Management but I can't see it on the menu options.

    I have SAP_GRAC_ALL and SAP_ALL assigned to my user but is there a specific authorisation which I need to access for this function?

    Cheers, Simon

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    • All,

      I have found the answer but rather than leaving you all on tender hooks, I thought I should at least let you know!

      You do have to perform a mapping of user IDs into various different Access Control relevant positions. The role of SPM "Owner" is amongst them.

      This configuratioin can be found in

      Setup --> Access Owners --> Access Control Owners

      Here you can find a User, User group or LDAP group and assign additional privileges such as the Security Lead, Workflow Administrator or the SPM functions of Owner and Controller.

      It was marked as GRC Role Assignment in the available documentation, hence the confusion.

      Have fun guys,


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