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Environment Compliance 3.0 UWL


I have a landscape where there are two Portals. Portal 7.02 (Consumer) and CE Portal 7.3 (Producer).

On the NW CE 7.3 system we have Environment Compliance and the EC Portal content has been deployed on CE. We are able to see the UWL Connector "ECTaskProviderConnector"

I am trying to get all the work items in a single UWL which would be present in the Consumer Portal 7.02

The Implementation Guide states that we can possibly Federate these Portals. But I wonder if there is any way I can get EC Work Items into the existing UWL of the Consumer Portal.

Please share your experience.



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    Posted on Dec 03, 2012 at 07:15 AM


    yes its possible..You can federate the UWL items from the Producer Portal onto the consumer..

    You need to establish federated connection between 2 portal, and on the consumer - have the UWL connect to the producer portal's UWL to fetch EC related work items

    Check in the SAP Helpo site on how to do the federation...


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    • Hello,

      Even if you install the IDMCOnnector - it will just fetch the Identity Mgr related workflow tasks and not the EC work items if I am not wrong..

      Yes, that's right. I was trying to emphasize that this connector can be deployed on 7.02 Portal. I couldn't find something similar for EC3.0

      in your case, one way would be to install the EC components again on Consumer Portal and establish the connection..

      This is where the problem lies. As per the SAP Help on page 11, it only gives option to deploy the components on NW CE system.

      Or, run the EC connector in Producer and then have the UWL federated to Consumer via RRA or Remote delta..The issues with this is you will not be able to consolidate all work items in one UWL

      I think I am only left with this option. But it will be a pain for few users

      Thanks for your inputs.



  • Posted on Dec 05, 2012 at 09:20 AM
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