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How to find user name who updated exchange rates

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I am wondering if there is any option or report or table which could tell us the user name who entered a particular exchange rate at a particular date. I know we can select a rate on OB08 screen, then go to Utilities -> Change Logs to find who change that exchange rate (if there have been any changes). But the cases I am interested in don't have any changes. These were just entered and never changed.

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    Posted on May 09, 2015 at 06:29 AM

    If an entry was created and never changed, then you can see the type as 'created' in the same changes log path :

    Or you can follow the below process:

    Go to AUT10, press F9, enter the date range and enter the table as 'TCURR' and table field 'KEY'

    Then execute. You can able to find these all entries which were inserted

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    • Hi Dibyendu

      Thanks for your help. Yes it shows me exchange rate types but in my case AUT10 is showing me the creation details for only those records which were changed subsequently and not ones which were just created and never changed. May be it has something to do with activating audit trails or something. I don' know but thanks for your help.


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    Posted on May 08, 2015 at 04:18 PM

    Hi Moazzam,

    Execute T. Code SCU3 and enter the table (TCURR) it will give you the change log.

    BR, Jaymin R. Bhatt

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