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Do you allow your company direct access to the ECC database (why- why

Do you allow your company direct access to the ECC database (why- why

Do you allow your company direct access to the ECC database (why- why

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In our organization we have a single Intel server that holds the ECC application and SQL Server 2005 database. The server isn't a small one as it has 32GB of memory (soon to be 64Gb) and 24 cores, OS is Windows 2k3 64bit.
The question was asked the other day by some of the programmers why can't they use SQL extract applications like SSIS to extract data directly from the database and not going through SAP.
Does anyone else allow this in their organization, we have a meeting about this tomorrow and I would like to know what the standard is. I understand that this bypasses all the SAP Layers, is this a good or bad thing.

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