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Is there a log for wrong login attempts via web service?

Hello experts, the problem is that there is a non-SAP application that very often accesses our system with web service calls. We now have the problem that we have to change the password of the web service user. However, we do not know at which points in the other software the Web service is called. What I would like to know is, do I have a way to determine if there were any login attempts on the system that were rejected due to the wrong password? The simple answer unauthorized would not be enough. In the transaction SRTUTIL I can see the e.g. faulty SOAP messages. I may have thought using the message monitor in SRTUTIL but somehow I don't get any results when I run it. Does it need to be configured or logging enabled?

What I would like to see in SAP is simple:

From this IP address, there was a login attempt that was blocked due to the wrong login data.

Thanks for your help

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2019 at 10:01 AM

    Hi Daniel!

    Since you are using an user (i guess it's a service type), you can give a try to transaction SUIM
    (in the last reply here you can see the request is similar to yours) and to SM19/SM20 (as explained here ).

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