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I need to create Business Rule - tcode SM30 with table changes in GRC PC 10.1

Hello all,

I have one scenario with my client. Please help on this .

I want to track changes for table (ZTOSER1) with SM30 tcode .Can you please help on, how i will create business rule in GRC PC 10.1

For below Scenario


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  • Configurable

Who ever change this table (ZTOSER1) through Tcode SM30, those changes i want to track..

thanks,

Suresh

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 27, 2015 at 01:43 PM

    Hi Suresh,

    You need to enable logging of table entries.

    Please open the table in SE11, navigate to Technical Settings and enable "Log Data Changes".

    You also need to enable table logging in RZ11 via the parameter:

    rec/client (specify which clients or all clients).


    Once you have performed these changes, you will need to:

    - Create a datasource wihich includes your table ZTOSER1

    - Create a configurable change log -type business rule with option "Changes"


    -Tuomas

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    • Former Member K SURESH KUMAR

      Hi Suresh,

      I don't believe the SCU3 handler/table logging includes details of from which transaction the change was generated from.

      This is a functionality in the CDHDR/CDPOS/change logs for objects, but since SCU3 is just a simple change log for tables, it's not included.

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 13, 2016 at 03:05 PM

    Hi Suresh,

    You can use table DBTABLOG for creating data source, after which you have an option to filter both the tcode as well as table to identify the changes.

    Regards

    Chaitanya

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