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Material master changes reporting


For material master changes, I usually use MM04 or MM03, now I would like to search for a specific change (e.g. MRP type).

My aim is also to track all changes concerning this field for all materials and send an automatic alert by email. I also tried table MSTA but the information is not specific.

Thanks for your input

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2014 at 10:07 AM


    Go to AUT10 Transaction and press F9. Enter the transaction as MM02, table as MARC and field as DISMM (MRP Type) along with start and end date and execute.

    You can create a variant and schedule it as background job and send mail to user. Refer the doc: Execute report automatically in back ground by periodically and send mail to user

    The same logic can be used for any other fields.



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  • Posted on Jun 12, 2014 at 01:34 PM


    You can get a report developed.

    Step 1 ) Select all changes from CDHDR table where date = 'XX" and transaction = mm02

    Step 2) Pass all change numbers in CDPOS table and fetch all the details

    Step 3) Filter the fields whose changes are required and reflect in the output.

    Please note that the date period should not be huge as this report might time out. If its a daily report then you can get all the details in one go. THe report will work in foreground also.


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  • Posted on Jun 12, 2014 at 10:39 AM

    You can find the changes log from CDPOS and CDHDR table with concerning field as per your requirement.

    and as I understand you want to send mail alert when someone change the information in Material master.

    Right ?

    If yes, then you can use some user exit or badi to triggering the Email function.

    I have consulted with my ABAP team, it is possible.

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