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How can I track who changed folder settings?

Hello experts,

The production system has several people who can directly change the folder settings like adding new function buttons. I found a new button added but the change is unnotified or approved and not made to test and development systems!

I can see the version info for folder settings ('i' button) but this is not accurate as I compared Test and Production system, the version shown are the same but obviously the folder in production was changed but the Test system was not. Seems clear to me that certain changes are not reflected by the 'i' button. Could this be a bug in SEM?

Now, I desperately need to know who added a folder function button and when. Could someone help me? Thanks.



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    Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 04:50 PM


    All the changes that are made to planning folders are stored in this table UPB_PS_NAME.

    It gives the following information, when it was changed, who changed & at what date & time.

    But, "i button" should give you the desired/correct information.

    Just check this table in both test system & production for the changes to the folder.

    hope it helps.

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    • Former Member Marc Bernard


      The previous replies are based on the recording of changes by the CTS. From your post, I understand the changes to the folders are done directly in LIVE system, wherein I assume no changes are recorded (ie. no transport requests would be created in LIVE).

      If the changes are done, without the recording of changes in CTS, then the only way to rely on the 'Change log' of the table itself (Hopefully, the change log is activated for the table). You can display the 'Change log' (from SM30, enter the table name) and 'Utili..-> change logs)

      Hope this helps. I could not provide you the table name which stores the folders themselves offhand,as I am not having the access to system at the moment. Finding the table is not big issue at all, if you plough through little deeper.




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