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USR02 - Last log on user id info

23-02-2018-am-03-21-13.png23-02-2018-am-03-20-05.pngDear Friends, Please let me know: -

1. If last log on user id is " NOT IN USE " ( screen shot attached ) does it mean the user has never logged on to the SAP system / client ?

2. In USR02 table if the TRDAT ( screen shot attached ) is empty does it mean the user has never logged on to the SAP system / client ?

Could you please reference any SAP documentations or Snotes related to this topic.

Thanks

Raj

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3 Answers

  • Feb 23, 2018 at 03:19 PM

    Hello Rajashekar BC,

    User - NOT IN USE means user never logged in to SAP

    Run report : RSUSR200

    -Yogesh

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    Mar 09, 2018 at 04:20 AM

    Hello Rajashekar,

    Answer to:
    1. YES (NOT IN USE message is in the field LAST LOGON DATE which means the user never logged on)
    2. YES (TRDAT is the Last Logon Date)

    Regards,
    Jhiosa

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    • This is not always true. I've just seen many cases in wich TRDAT is blank, but the user has eventually logged on. I ended up here trying to figure out exactly how it works. A couple things I've observed:

      - LTIME usually is not blank in such cases
      - Some users have previously been eliminated, and latter created again

  • Nov 07, 2018 at 10:27 PM

    the field seems to get updated not only on DIALOG logon. is it documented on which actions cause the Last logon date USR02-TRDAT to get updated. I have an example where the last logon date is today but in the Stats in STAD/ST03 and Audit log SM20 you can only see RFC and Batch job traffic. If a trusted connection is used will the field USR02-TRDAT get updated?

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