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Sanctioned Party List Screening (Enhanced) ( RELN/SAPSLL/CO_SPLENH_80 )

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Sanctioned Party List Screening (Enhanced)

Use

Starting in SAP BusinessObjects Global Trade Services 8.0, you can use the following enhancements in SPL (sanctioned party list) screening:

  • SPL screening of applicants
You can transfer applicants from your SAP personnel management systems to SAP BusinessObjects Global Trade Services and subject them to SPL screening there. As a result, you can make sure that you only select potential future employees who are not listed, increasing your enterprise security.
  • SPL screening for customer contact persons
You can subject contact persons who you have defined in the customer master data to SPL screening.
  • Restrict SPL screening to lists for persons or organizations
To boost system performance during SPL screening of employees and applicants, you can configure the system to only use the sanctioned party list for individuals during the screening of master data. Of course, you can also check against both lists, for individuals and organizations, as before. This lets you screen partner roles exclusively against the SPL lists for individuals within a legal regulation, for example, for personal information from personnel management systems.
  • Consideration of address validity
You can configure the system to consider the validity of business partner addresses during SPL screening. Since a given business partner can have different addresses with different validity periods in their master data, you can ignore addresses that are not valid at screening time.
  • SPL screening for persons from external systems
In addition to the API for business partners, SAP BusinessObjects Global Trade Services now also provides another API for individuals, to let you start SPL screening for employees and applicants from external systems.
  • Consideration of initials in search terms
Starting in this release, the system features an improved search algorithm that recognizes precise initials in names or titles of a search term for a master record.

Effects on Existing Data

Effects on Data Transfer

Effects on System Administration

Effects on Customizing

To use SPL screening for applicants, you have to configure the system connection and data transfer of applicants in your feeder system, as well as the system connection and SPL screening in SAP BusinessObjects Global Trade Services.

  • You configure the settings for the system connection and data transfer in the feeder system with the area menu for SAP BusinessObjects Global Trade Services, which you start with transaction code /SAPSLL/MENU_LEGALR3. From there, go to the Master Data and Basic Settings tab pages.
  • You configure the settings for the system connection in SAP BusinessObjects Global Trade Services in Customizing under SAP Global Trade Services → General Settings → System Communication.
  • You configure the settings for SPL screening in Customizing under SAP Global Trade Services → General Settings and SAP Global Trade Services → SAP Compliance Management → "Sanctioned Party List Screening" Service.

To restrict SPL screening to valid addresses, you have to restrict the scope of address screening to the valid data in SAP BusinessObjects Global Trade Services. These settings are located in Customizing under Control Settings for "Sanctioned Party List Screening" Service.

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