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RFC-User in ChangeLog of Processorders

Dear all,

when a process order is changed in R/3 that is already integrated to APO then (after the process order has been sent to APO and back) the userid mentioned in the change log is the RFC-User.

Is there any chance to supress this?

Implementing the user-exit at order creation wouldn't be the best solution in terms of performance I think...

Thanks,

Niko

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 03:00 PM

    Hi Niko - I believe the only way to change this is to do so in a user exit by changing the user in the control parameter structure for the CIF queue. EXIT_SAPLCORD_005 of CIFORD03 provides the spot to do so. This change is minimal and if coded correctly will have no impact on performance. The user who triggered the CIF transfer is in the same structure is_ctrlparams so that field can be moved to the user name field. I have never changed the user name before so you may want to look for other tables in the user exit that have the user or changed by fields.

    Regards

    Andy

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      Hi Andy,

      I already checked the exits (4.6C is running here as well). The problem is that whatever you post into "ERNAM" at any exit gets overwritten during the update because the function module that actually does the update is called with SY-UNAME as import parameter.

      So there is no chance to change it.

      But Thanks for your help anyway.

      Regards,

      Niko

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