Background: Our SAP is one of many systems in an integrated environment. We are looking at scrambling data across all systems for testing purposes. The implication is that if we scramble a field in a non-SAP system using a specific scrambling algorithm (provided by a non-SAP test data management tool) and that field also exists in the SAP system, then the same scrambling algorithm must be used in SAP as well.
Question: Does anyone know or have tried calling a low level scrambling algorithm (via RFC call) to scramble the value of a field? This scrambling algorithm is a C library routine. The vendor said they can wrap it into an RFC call.
Thank you in advance for any insights you can provide.
IS Solutions Leader
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia
I am not sure if this can be done in the way you describe it, but an abaper can translate your original program via TDMS scrambling workbench. You can then assign this rule to transfer package. This way you would have consistent set of resultant data across SAP and non SAP systems.
As far as I know calling an RFC from TDMS workbench is the same as calling an RFC from any abap program so as long as the destination is configured you shouldn't have any problems.