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How can I find New or changed Transactions

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We are in process of upgrading from 4.6c to ECC 6.0. We have many roles created in 4.6c. Now we have to find the new transactions in ecc 6.0 as well as those transactions which are changed in ECC 6.0 from 4.6c.

Thanks in advance.

Vitthal Prabhu

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 06:55 AM

    As a post upgrade activity, you will be going thru SU25 steps. when you get thru 2d step, it will show you the list of the transactions that are replaced. as a security administrator, during the upgrade its obvious to be worried about how to deal with these replaced transactions. I would say SU25, 2d step would guide you thru the replaced transactions and asks you to whether to keep the old transaction and add the new one or you want to remove the old and insert the new one. Its better to go for the first option until your users get aware of the new ones.

    if you are in a real need of analyzing the replaced transactions before hand, its not a big deal to execute 2d and look at the list. but when it comes to adjusting the checks, roles you must be going thru 2a(DDIC takes care of this step),2b,2c and 2d steps as a post upgrade activity. go thru the upgrade documentation before starting.

    well you can find the replaced transactions by going thru various documents or some other way. but there is no real need of doing that.

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    Keerti Vemulapalli

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 09:38 AM

    Thanks keerti for your prompt reply.

    Can you please tell me in SU25 should I follow the steps 1a,1b,1c,1d serially. What will be impact? I will be very thankful to you if you explain this to me in details or give me a link which will give details about this (especially for transaction su25)

    Thanks once again.

    Prabhu

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      after your upgrade, if you get into SU25, you would see the 'information' tab on the top. it explains everything.

      no need to touch 1.and 2a will be taken care by DDIC user during the upgrade. so you have to go through 2b,2c and 2d.

      2b helps you in comparing the your authority checks with SAP defaults.

      2c helps you in adjusting your roles as per the checks you selected in 2b.

      and 2d helps you in including the replaced transactions.

      since your changes in 2b step decides the roles you have to adjust, obviously you need to go in sequence. and if you just want to take a look not really changing anything you can execute any step at any time (2b,2c, 2d)but when it comes to real work you have to go thru 2b,2c and 2d in sequence.

      when you are doing 2b a workbench request will save your authority check changes. and you need to pull the roles adjusted in 2c and 2d to a transport and push them thru your landscape until production.

      there is a change with ECC6.0 with check indicator status notations.

      until ecc5.0 it used to be U,N, C and C&M but in ecc 6.0 the notation has changed which might confuse you. check with this

      http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/EN/52/67147d439b11d1896f0000e8322d00/frameset.htm.

      ---> check indicators

      regards

      and also look for threads with upgrade info in SDN.

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