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SAP ESS / MSS Project - Multiple countries

Hi experts,

I'm starting a new project with a multinational client to implement SAP ESS / MSS Portal in multiple countries.

What should be the best approach to implement ESS and MSS roles:

- Create different roles for different countries (example: 1 ESS and 1 MSS role for each country)

- Use the same roles for every countries (using only 1 ESS and 1 MSS role for all countries). If using this approach I will have to hide some services that are not to be used in every countries. If so, how can I hide these services?

Thanks in advance.

Cheers,

AS

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2011 at 10:53 AM

    each country is provided with its own set of services and roles and accordingly users are assigned

    There will be standard role for each country

    to hide services you can use proxy classes til ehp4 and above that we have

    from ehp5

    Proxy class has been replaced with the BADI HRESS_MENU. Proxy class

    is not used anymore for ESS ABAP applications.

    Henceforth this BADI can be implemented for all the dynamic changes for

    ESS Menu.

    You can find the documentation for BADI HRESS_MENU under

    Portal Role Employee Self-Service(WDA)->Employee

    Self-Services Menu (Application HRESS_A_MENU)->Dynamic

    Rendering of the Menu (BAdI HRESS_MENU).

    Please find the help documentation link for BADI HRESS_MENU.

    http://wbhelp.sap.com/ERP2005_EHP_05/helpdata/en/77/

    804c18e1844944b7f8baf53159be78/frameset.htm

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2011 at 08:41 AM

    You can refer below blog...

    /people/amir.madani/blog/2007/01/05/create-dynamic-xss-homepages-with-static-services-using-a-simple-proxy-class

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