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1. AACG corresponds to ICM.
In the new GRC Suite 8.6.3 which modules and products have following functionality & inbuilt seeded data pertaining to:
i) Key controls repository for various business processes.
ii) Key controls testing and test steps for various business processes
You need to use EGRCM for documenting all these. It does not come with any seeded functionality as of now. If you looking for Automated Controls specific to an ERP then you need to use TCG, PCG or CCG. But again they need to be configured for specific controls.
iii) SOD conflicts and violations that are unacceptable: AACG. You will need to get the library from Oracle or a vendor. AACG does not come seeded with the rule set.
So I take it that installing GRCM and EGRCC is useless. And when I download these it not like downloading Vision where one can practice ? I was thinking that these modules had atleast basic std. seeded controls and SOD to practice. Pl. confirm.
Yes. This is confirmed. You do not have a Vision Demo database analogous in case of GRC.
At best you can get the rule definition file for AACG and import it once you are though with the installation.
I saw this article by Richard Byrom on http://www.oracleappsblog.com/index.php/C45/ and it says
"Internal Controls Manager comes standard with 11i10 but not 11i9 (you have to patch up a standard 11.5.9 install to get ICM working)"
i) Does 11i10 have seeded data like Vision to practice (key controls testing, process controls) etc ?
No. You need to build the controls.