Troubleshooting Tips for Effective Use of SAP Process Control 10.1

  • by Amit Saini, Specialist Developer, SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd.
  • April 1, 2015
Use these troubleshooting tips to enable your end users to investigate and remediate compliance issues using SAP Process Control 10.1.
Learning Objectives
Reading this article, you will learn how to:
  • Use power transactions for master data setup
  • Explore infotypes for the SAP Process Control application
  • Maintain custom agent determination for workflow
  • Configure new regulations for compliance initiatives
Key Concept
SAP Process Control uses an integration framework that includes infotypes and workflow, both of which enable you to integrate different business scenarios to assess master data on a timely basis. Different work processes are configured to perform the assessment. The corresponding information is stored in tables referred to as infotypes.

SAP Process Control 10.1 uses an integration framework workflow. This framework enables you to combine different work processes for the assessment of master data. Use of a power transaction may cause a partial change of data in the back end because there is no authorization check with using these transactions. As a result, inconsistent data could exist in the system.

Power transactions should be used very cautiously. I show how to use the transactions effectively and troubleshoot issues directly in the system. First I present the problem, and then I show the solution for each one. Best practices and recommendations are covered in the last section.

Amit Saini

Amit Saini is a specialist developer in SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd. Currently, he is working with the IMS Organization (installed base maintenance support) for SAP Process Control 3.0, 10.0, and 10.1.; SAP Access Control 10.0; and SAP Risk Management 3.0. He has vast experience and worked on multiple technologies, including JavaScript, SAP UI5, HANA, ABAP WebDynpro, Workflow, BusinessObjects, Floor Plan Manager with ABAP WD, ABAP OO, Adobe Interactive forms, Adobe Flex Integration with ABAPWD, SAP ABAP Dictionary, function modules for a broad range of SAP modules, and SAP HR Organizational Management (Infotype, Time Constraint, Object Type, Subtype, Evaluation Path).

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