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Central User Administrator (CUA)

Dear All..

This document will explain the significance of CUA, system involved, administration procedure. Using Central User Administration, you can maintain user mater records centrally in one System. Any changes to the user information’s are then automatically distributed to the child systems.

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Regards,

Vinoth.R

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      Former Member

      Thks for this document it´s very usesful.

      I would like to know more about how can i review the RFC between PRD and QA?.

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      Former Member

      hi,

      Nice document....

      Keep posting 🙂