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Logs the activities for specific critical tables

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rec/client	Logs the activities for specific critical tables  	OFF	Absence of logging of changes to critical tables in SAP could lead to unauthorized modifications being overlooked	ON
				(Only for critical tables)	Set to ON  

What does it mean? This is a piece of Audit Recommendation

what to do?Please help me out.

Itzz very urgent guys.

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Warm Regards,

Mohandoss P.

Edited by: mohan doss on May 28, 2008 1:37 PM

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 11:52 AM

    Hi,

    Parameter description :

    This parameter is used to activate and deactivate client-dependent table logging. Depending on the setting of this parameters, certain change options are either not logged at all, or only in certain clients or in all clients. The settings for these tables in the ABAP Dictionary must be correctly set for this.

    OFF Table logging is deactivated. No change operations are logged, even if table logging is activated for certain tables in the ABAP Dictionary.

    ALL Table logging is activated in all clients. All change operations for tables are logged, according to the settings in the ABAP Dictionary.

    <Client1>,<Client2>,...,<ClientN> (1 <= N <= 10)

    Table logging is only activated for the specified clients. You can specify up to 10 different clients.

    Caution: Make sure there are no space characters before or after the separator ",".

    Incorrect: rec/client=001, 002 , 003

    Correct: rec/client=001,002,003

    Regards

    Suresh Radhakrishnan

    Edited by: Suresh Radhakrishnan on May 28, 2008 9:56 PM

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