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Get all users connected to a planning area

Hi all,

Is there any way to get all the users that are connected to a planning area?

Right now in our development we are using FM LCA_LCK_LIST_ALL to get all the users that are locking some data in a planning area. Unforttunately, if a user is in a planning book, in view mode, as long as do not lock any data, is not in the FM result table.

On the other hand, I cannot find a way to see all the users that are in a planning book, wich, it would make the trick too.

Best regards

Pablo.

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2015 at 04:57 PM

    Hi Pablo

    can you try

    FM BAPI_USER_LOCK then the User will be locked Globally in the Server, you can also try to use SUSR_BAPI_USER_LOCK, then you have an option to lock it Globally or Locally.

    You can delete the users which you donĀ“t want to lock like system admin, background users and rest all of the users. You can log off all the users first which are logging then lock all the users.

    Thanks

    Amol

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    • Former Member Former Member

      You

      can use the report /SAPAPO/TS_LC_DISPLAY_LOCKS to find the users and

      planing area which is locked.This report is available from note

      1265235. Once you identity locked users then terminate their sessions and

      lock respective planning area using function module /SAPAPO/TS_LC_LOCK.

      Then if the users are in display mode they will not able to edit the data.

      Thanks

      Amol

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