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AC 5.3 Risk Analysis to SRM 7.0

Hi SAP experts.

I would like to know if its posible to execute a Risk Analysis through a SRM 7.0 module, and instead of transacctions if it is posible to use the webdynpro links like actions or tcodes.

My doubt is based on the fact that in SRM 7.0 the proper tcodes like BPP* are not use in this release, and these are changed by webdynpro links. Is it possible to use that links as tcodes for the SoD Matrix?

Thanks in advance.

Regards.

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 08:47 AM

    I believe it is not possible to do SoD analysis with those links, i am sure you would have passed this stage by now. let us know how did you manage to do SoD for those links?

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      Hi Kunal.

      Firstly, thanks a lot for your support.

      In addition, I know that with the previous release of SRM, is posible to conect SAP GRC AC with SRM. But if I create a conector like to a SAP system from GRC to SRM, do you think that is imposible to associate that kind of webdynpro links as an AC action?

      On the other hand, instead of create a conector SAP, I create a conector, like a NON SAP system from GRC to SRM, could be this a possible way to match Access control actions with SRM webdynpro links?.

      And finally, is possible to execute a RAR analysis to a posible Cross-System between ECC and ERM (configured as NON SAP system)?

      Thanks in advance.

      Regards.

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