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EAM - Change Logs - Issue

Hi All,

My query is regarding EAM change logs. As per my understanding, EAM change logs will be fetched based on entries in CDHDR,CDPOS and STAD

I am testing EAM reports and found that when using standard Tcodes SU01, PFCG etc and I make some changes logs are being captured. But when i use custom Tcodes or some other Tcodes like CAA2,CAA1, BP, FPCJ etc and make changes, nothing is being captured in change logs.

I assume this is because i cannot see any of these changes in CDHDR,CDPOS and STAD. But if i want these changes to be recorded as part of change logs, enabling table logging for the tables where these changes gets stored. Is it the only way? Also can someone confirm if table logging will help with my issue. Also will there be any issues if enable table logs like performance etc.

I can see that for most of the Tcodes change logs are not getting captured. I assume many of you also might have had same issues.

Just wanted to know from others epxerience how did they handle these cases.

Thanks in advance

Regards,

Sai.

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    Former Member
    Sep 15, 2014 at 11:26 AM

    Hi Sai,

    You need to refer note#http://service.sap.com/sap/support/notes/1775432

    Let us know whether or not this helps, in case no success, share your component version details with SP levels with the following details:

    How about the parameters like 4003-4006..and parameters required for the plug-in connectors.

    Can you share details for: STAD, SM19, SM20/21, SM49

    Regards,

    Ameet

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    • Former Member Bindu Sai

      Hi Sai,

      Yes, you can enable change log by activating table logging, and the same has been recommended in the note as well. But this should be performed in Production system.

      For now, I assume you are left with this option only.

      Kindly try and let us know if this works out.

      Regards,

      Ameet