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What RFCUSER fetches data from which externel system connected

Dear Team,

As a part of security audit, we extracted data from SM20 to look for user RFCUSER related activities and pulled out huge information as following against "Security Audit Log message text" and so many such other.

RFC/CPIC Logon Successful (Type = R)

Successful RFC Call RFCPING (Function Group = SYST)

Successful RFC Call TREX_ARW_CONNECTION_FIND (Function Group = TREX_ARW_ADMINISTRATION)

RFC/CPIC Logon Successful (Type = S)

Successful RFC Call RFC_SYSTEM_INFO (Function Group = SRFC)

RFC/CPIC Logon Successful (Type = F)

Successful RFC Call TRFC_QIN_DEST_SHIP (Function Group = ERFC)

But auditor does not want this cryptic inforamtion rather they want what RFCUSER fetches data from which externel system connected.

Is there any way to fetch such information?

Thanks

Mehul

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2014 at 12:47 PM

    Hi Mehul,

    goto transaction SM59 -> RFC -> Display Trace

    Then search for "Destination:" and put the result in a column of EXCEL

    Then search for "User:" and put the result in another column of EXCEL too.

    You gent a list (Destination, User) with all connection attemps to the system.

    Best regards

    Willi Eimler

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2014 at 12:35 PM

    Hi Mehul,

    Not sure that's the way to go about it. You might find it easier to create an RFC user per system you are connected to/receive connections from.

    Regards,

    Graham

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