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Best practice for GRC connectivity

Hi All,

Please suggest any documentation of SAP recommended connectivity between GRC box(Dev and Prd) and End system(ERP DEV QA and PRD)



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    Posted on May 03, 2012 at 09:42 AM

    Hi Sravan,

    You need to create the connectors for each Backend system and need to configure within GRC box. you can also configure integration scenarios using SAP Note 1562760.

    If you have any LDAP connectivity, you can refer to SAP Note 1584110.

    I hope this helps.

    Thanks & Regards


    You can also go to below links and get the detailed information about GRC.

    For GRC Access Control: GRC Process Control: GRC Risk Management: all the documents or content for GRC list on this site:[document]
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    Posted on May 03, 2012 at 09:06 AM

    I don't think there is a guide explicitly describing any certain recommendations, but the usual best practices of a standard SAP architecture (regarding connectivity) can be considered, or some clients are just replicating their ERP architecture set up etc.

    Things to consider are:

    1) Transportation process, as configuration/settings are transportable on the ABAP platform.

    2) Subsequently, how stringent do you want your system/process testing to be, i.e. 3-tier architecture or more? Also would you consider a "Training" system within the landscape?

    3) Which ERP systems do you intend to utilize GRC functionality against?

    It is worth pointing out that as things stand, if you update the Support Packages on the GRC system, you need to subsequently update the Plug-In's in sync also across all the connected target systems etc.

    You could refer to the Install and Sizing guides available on the Service page.

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