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User Change Log - "Defaults" Tab

I know that via SU01 you can run RSUSR100 to see the user changes logs. The issue we're having is that a user has changed their printer (Output Device) and we're trying to determine who changed it and when. Is there a change log for this information? We'd also like to have change log information for the User Parameters data as well.

Does any know if this information is contained in any table, change log, report, etc.?

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 03:57 PM

    I have no access to SAP right now but I do no the change documents are stored in the USH* tables and changes made to defaults data of the user master record is in one of them.

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 07:59 AM

    Hi Ed,

    output device an parameters are not considered as critical - therefore no changelogs are written for changes of them.

    b.rgds, Bernhard

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      Hello Bernard,

      The following has been extracted from help.sap.com which has explained the objects for archiving change documents.

      User master records and authorizations are stored in the USR* tables. You can reduce the amount of space that these take up in the database by using the archiving function. Change documents are stored in the USH* tables. The archiving function deletes change documents that are no longer required from the USR* tables.

      You can archive the following change documents relating to user master records and authorizations from the USH* tables:

      ● Changes to authorizations (archiving object US_AUTH)

      ● Changes to authorization profiles (archiving object US_PROF)

      ● Changes to the authorizations assigned to a user (archiving object US_USER)

      ● Changes to a useru2019s password or to defaults stored in the user master record (archiving object US_PASS)

      The last point also mentions changes to "defaults" stored in the user master record which makes me think that they may be getting stored in one of the tables.

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