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Difference between IA15 and IA21

Hi Experts

I need to know the difference between IA15 and IA21 transactions. Both relate to tasklist change documents.

But, we have a typical scenario - for a tasklist, package was changed. This change is recorded in IA15 but not seen in IA21.

In the action log of tasklist, it is visible.

But why is it missing in IA21?

Please help me explain the difference between these two.

Thanks in Advance

Regards

Pavan

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 04:10 PM

    Tick all selections and try

    Also widen the Analysis period date range.


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    Posted on Jun 29, 2016 at 04:55 AM

    Hi Pavan,

    Basically these transaction codes are used for :-:

    • IA15 - Document Information
    • IA21 - Document Evaluation

    If you are wanting all the change documents as per IA15/21, then you need to look at tables CDHDR and CDPOS.

    If you only want the person who made the last change, then this can be derived from tables PLKO or PLPO.

    Furthermore, if you want to track who creates and makes changes in PM task lists for equipment, function locations, and general task lists then use following steps: -


    Table

    PLKO


    Fields:

    PLNTY -- Tasklst type

    PLNNR -- Tasklist Group

    PLNAL -- GroupCounter

    ANDAT -- Created On

    AENAM -- Person Changed

    AEDAT -- Date Changed

    Have Quickview report through SQVI, by having all these fields in both Selction screen andOutput (ALV list).

    SQVI is simple tool. Alternatively you can use Tcode SE16 to directly query from the Table PLKO.

    BR,

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