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Logs of Key Figures in Planning Book

Hi,

I have certain key Figures in the planning book. There are some Key Figures which can be input through interactive planning. Is it possible to find out which Key Figure changed when and by which user it was changed. Are there some logs that can help for this.

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  • Posted on Mar 18, 2008 at 12:17 PM

    Check the thread

    how-to-monitor-logs-for-planning-books

    and also search with string "track changes" in this very forum for more such msgs.

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2008 at 10:47 PM

    Jai,

    If custom development is not desired for this requirement, it is possible to create an alert macro that will capture the changes. I would not recommend this approach if you have many KF to track, but it is an acceptable solution for a few select KFs. You will need to create a planning book auxilliary KF for each KF that is to be tracked. Simply create one macro that copies the value of the KF to be tracked to the auxilliary KF and assign it as a "start" macro. Then create another macro that creates an alert if the value of the KF to be tracked is different from the auxilliary KF (you can even add the values and the userid to the alert) and assign it as an "exit" macro.

    Sean Mawhorter

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 03:42 AM

    Hi

    Is this something you want to go back and check? The standard system does not have this functionality

    but you can develop this (not necessarily through a development)

    you can use the macro functions to identify user, bucket in which a change has been done and what was there before and after etc (using seans method of start and exit macro)

    then you can have these values written into a table using a badi macro

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