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Close the Programs that are opened by OSS Note

Hi,

We had opened some of the standard programs (With access key) and made the modifications as per the OSS note some time back, the programs that were modified are still open for editing even now and the client is concerned about the sanctity of the standard programs as they are open for everyone any one can make changes to the programs, how one can make sure that the object once opened should be closed immediately afer applying modifications, does SAP has any kind of mechanism using which we can track this,

Any help would be highly appreciated,

Rgds,

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2005 at 11:01 AM

    Hi Sailatha,

    1. What i understand is

    u have modified standard sap program

    using access key.

    2. Have u transported this program request

    to QA server or Prod Server?

    If no, then such programs will still

    be open for edit !

    Regards,

    Amit M.

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    • Hi Sailatha,

      Once you have modified an SAP Object using an access key it becomes a custom Object. It can be modified at any time by any developer in the development system. If you have used the Modification Assistant or SNOTE while making the changes the first time, you will be prompted to retain your changes or reset to original in SPAU during upgrades / support packs.

      Regards

      Suresh Datti

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2005 at 11:05 AM

    You can lock the particular object till you transport that request to QAS or Prod server.

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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2005 at 11:06 AM

    i Think It will Be enable only for the users who changed.. not to all.

    But may be While Creating User it self if they can assign authorizations to the user then it may overcome..

    regards

    vijay

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