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Standard modify

Hi!

Does anyone know, how can I check within SAP, which standard objects were changed?

I've tried out the followings, but it is a though work:

- checking E070 and E071 tables (transport requests)

- searching in the standard sources after "DEVK" texts which is added by the modification assistants...

- unfortunately I don't have access to sap website to check registered sscr keys

However these solutions are slow and requires a lot of additional and unnecessary work...

Any other ideas? Are the entered sscr keys stored somewhere within SAP?

Thank you

Tamá

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2007 at 07:44 AM

    Hi,

    U can check in SPAU transaction code ,programs with modification assistant and without modifcation assistant...

    regards,

    Nagaraj

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  • Posted on Oct 19, 2007 at 07:51 AM

    hi Tamás,

    if you change a standard object, you'll need an access key. Access keys are stored in table ADIRACCESS, which means you'll find each changed stadard object in this table.

    hope this helps

    ec

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2007 at 08:11 AM

    Thanx for the info. I wonder why SPAU contains so few entries, while in the table there are much-much more... Have to check it out...

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    • Probably someone wanted to change a standard program, entered the access key (first thing to do after you click on change), but later (whatever reason) did not change anything... Probably in this case there is the entry in the table, but nothing in the SPAU (because no version is generated). Just an idea...

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