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GRC10 End User Front-end


As per SAP post installation guide link below :

GRC Access Front-end - The web browser can be used to access embeded NWBC or GRC via Enterprise Portal.

We tried to expose the NWBC link through EP ivew.The connection goes through correctly and inital NWBC default menu comes correctly. However on subsequent click on Access control individual options system gives "portal Rune Time Error".

We are on EP 7.0 and are intending to upgrade to EP 7.02 and make use of GRC Business Package for End User Front End.

Kindly guide.



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    Posted on Oct 17, 2011 at 05:18 PM


    in my initial post I have mentioned that we intend to upgrade EP to 7.02, where as we don't intend to do so. In fact we would like to continue with EP 7.0 and expose NWBC through EP.

    Further in case we implement EP 7.02 the standard business package for GRC is anyway going to available.

    Pl assist.



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  • Posted on Oct 01, 2013 at 02:32 PM

    Hi Hemant/Victor/Sushma

    SAP has provided very simple option of integrating EP with GRC 10.0 where EP will be used as front end for GRC AC 10.0.Below are few important points you need to consider for the integration:

    1.Create the connectors between EP and GRC system.

    2.SSO connection should be setup between EP and GRC.Therefore EP SSO certificates needs to be deployed in GRC system.

    3.Deploy the GRC Content package on EP provided by SAP.

    4.Create the System Alias as prescribed by SAP in installation guide.But in our case we need to add 2 more system alias just instead of ' -' we used ' _'.So there will be 4 system alias 2 by SAP and 2 by us.

    Hope this resolves all your issue.Please let us know how it went with you .



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