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tracing of deleted roles

Hi,

I suspect that some scheduled script or program is deleting some of roles from the users.

If i am right in suspecting, is there any way to trace the program and the deleted roles from the users.It s urgent, please help me.

Thanks,

Ramakrishna.

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    Posted on Aug 18, 2007 at 12:09 AM

    Change documents for role administration can be evaluated with the report RSSCD100_PFCG [e.g. transaction codes RSSCD100_PFCG, RSSCD100_PFCG_USER]

    Change documents for users are part of the report RSUSR100

    [e.g. transaction code S_BCE_68001439].

    But this is more for profiles.

    For HR that might be different [e.g. indirect role assignment], but as you have not mentioned that - I stop here].

    Please let me know if something is missing.

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      Hi Marie-Luise Wagener ,

      Did you mean that the report that deletes the roles as per specified inputs is 'RSSCD100_PFCG'?

      or it will give you the changes made to roles with details like who deleted or which program deleted it?

      I am confused, please help me.

      Thanks a lot,

      Ramakrishna

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    Posted on Aug 18, 2007 at 12:19 AM

    Hi,

    My main concern is how to find out whether the roles have been deleted by a background or

    scheduled script? Is there any way to find that program which deleted the roles with details.

    I hope, I am quite clear.

    Thanks,

    Ramakrishna

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    • Former Member

      Hello Rama,

      as Marie-Luise wrote you can figure out the date, time, program type and changing user with transaction code SUIM (User Information System). Please goto Change Documents -> For User : Then you can select the necessary information (selection by date, time etc. possible) In the result list you get informations e. g. that the changes were triggered by a program (SE38). If you goto SM37 (Job overview) you can check if there was a job running at that specific point. Another possibility is to check the changes in ST03N.

      Bye,

      Petra