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GRC AC 10 - Request type description incorrect

Hello

I've noticed recently that my request type description is incorrect for the different workflows I've configured in GRC (e.g. risk approval, function approval, role approval). I've looked into the request type definition in SPRO as well as my configuration settings and cannot seem to correct the description. To note, we are on service pack 12.

Any help is appreciated.

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    Apr 20, 2013 at 11:51 PM

    HI Stacey

    when you checked out your config in IMG for "Request Type" did you by any chance compare the configuration against the original BC Set

    GRAC_ACCESS_REQUEST_REQ_TYPE - BC Set for Access Request - Request Type 

    If you go into SCPR20 and enter the BC set there is the option to compare against current config. It will show you if any entries don't match your original set?

    Might help see if issue introduced by changes to tables

    After that you can also consider comparing the BC Sets or Actual values in your config to the Configuration Parameters for Workflow Group - such as:

    1101    Create Request for Risk Approval

    1102    Update Request for Risk Approval

    1103    Delete Request for Risk Approval

    1104    Create Request for Function Approval

    1105    Update Request for Function Approval

    1106    Delete Request for Function Approval

    1107    Create Request for Mitigation Assignment Approval

    1108    Update Request for Mitigation Assignment Approval

    1109    Delete Request for Mitigation Assignment Approval

    3022    Request Type for Role Approval

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    • Hi Stacey

      As mentioned, the Request Types are calculated by SAP when you choose new entry. There is a small piece of code that locates the max request type Id and adds 1 to it to determine the next.

      If the Request Type Ids are already there you can edit the rest of the entries. You will need to make sure you update the Actions associated with them if you need to change them

      As far as editing the tables - it is either due to authorisation S_TABU_CLI/S_TABU_DIS or a basis client setting.

      Just a note: if you have made these changes it will not fix up the items in progress. However, if you create a new request you should get the request type displaying properly.