SRM Best Practice for Document URL Process Changes in Live System

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Currently my company is researching a better way to update our SRM URL process when we implement or change a catalogue in our live environment in SRM SAP The current process that we follow is standard SAP Configuration which entails us to open a live system to make changes. The actual change takes seconds, but the issue that we running into is the compliance approvals (internal controls that we have in place) We are thinking about turning this process is a transportable one and or creating a custom transaction that will allow us to create Urls quickly in a live system. Do you have any thoughts; below is the current IMG Path Process that we follow IMG->SRM->SRM Server->Master Data->Define ext. web service
ASKED: November 19, 2008  4:27 PM
UPDATED: November 19, 2008  4:30 PM

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