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How to find the Customer changes made to the standard transaction C223


Greetings !

My customer wants to find out whether any customer changes has been made to the standard transaction C223.

As there is Badis, Programs, Function Group and its a kind of linked list going on.. on an on ...

Could you please let me know that is there any easy way to find out whether Customer changes has been done to the standard transaction C223.

(if not)

Is there a way to find it manually or using some alternative ways.. ? My point is I should want to confirm it to the minute detail and finally confirm whether transaction is changed or not.

Thanking you in anticipation.

Thanks & Best Regards,

L Raghunahth

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 07:49 AM


    Use the tcodes SPAU AND SPDD ,here u can track all the programs,data elements ,domains, tables that were undergone changes.



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      Thanks for the reply.

      Actually I want to list out all the programs functional modules, tables data elements etc responsible for the transaction C223.

      is there any program or transaction which will give me all the details.

      Thanks and Regards

      L Raghunahth

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