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Manually Logging Infotype Changes

I have programs that are doing Direct Updates to Basic Pay and One Time Payments and management wants us to log the changes. I know that this data is stored in PCL4 and that you use RP_IMPORT/RP_EXPORT to get data from and to this Cluster Table, but I'm needing an example of the code to do this if anybody has one.

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 11:18 PM

    How are you doing changes to infotype 0008 and 00015?

    If at all you need to make changes to them, try to create new records which delimits old ones.....

    This can be done using BDC - Session method or Call Transaction.

    Dont use direct update statement to make changes to database table as this does not log the changes......

    Hope this helps

    Reward if useful

    Thanks,

    Haritha

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 05:56 AM

    Hi Richard,

    You can use report RPUAUD00 and can see the logged changes to IT's for each PERNR.

    This report gives you exact details of Past changes and current status of IT in the system.

    So you can run this report for IT 0008 and One time payments.

    Good luck.

    Arti

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 06:45 AM

    Hai..

    SE30 Runtime analysis

    SLG1 View application log

    SLG2 Delete application log

    SM12 Table lock Entries

    SM21 System log for viewing dumps

    SM50 Process Overview

    ST05 SQL Trace

    ST07 Application monitor

    ST22 ABAP Dump Analysis

    SCU3 Log Changes

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