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Legacy Rules (SAP standard rules delivered with GRC PC 3.0)

Hello colleagues,

One of SAP customers asking whether legacy rules shall be used in new GRC 10 projects?

And whether SAP will provide comprehensive support for these legacy rules (in a GRC PC 10 environment)?



Thank you,

Best Regards,

Anton

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2012 at 03:37 PM

    The legacy PC 3.0 rules are still available in GRC 10, but they are there primarily for customers upgrading from PC 3.0 to 10. For a new implementation of PC 10, it is advisable to use the new rules engine, as it is much more flexible and user friendly. If a customer implements the PC 3.0 legacy rules in a new implementation, they are using the old rules engine. If they subsequently create some new rules in the new engine, they cannot combine the reporting for the two, among other issues. A small number of PC 3.0 rules were converted to the PC 10 rules and have been available in recent service packs. For other rules in PC 3.0, it is suggested that the customer use the delivered rules in PC 3.0 as a template for recreating the rule in PC 10. As long as you know the tables and fields involved in the rule, as well as the logic, the rule can easily be recreated in PC 10. The legacy rules will be supported, as is. The customer is responsible for any ABAP code that has to be written to modify those rules.

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