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Using SM21 to review write debug activity

Our external auditors want us to run SM21 to review any debug write activity in our PRD environment. Does anyone know who much history is stored when SM21 is run? Is it a days worth? Week, month? Is there an automated way to sweep the log or history file for this activity as running SM21 manually is time consuming and cumbersome. Thanks

Mark

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2009 at 08:16 PM

    Take a look into transaction RZ20 (the CCMS alerts) where you can centrally monitor such stuff and define threadholds and reaction methods.

    What I have also done for SM21 and a number of others in the past is create variants for their analysis reports which search for such events or change documents, and schedule them each hour or once per day etc to output a result (if found) to a mail distribution list.

    There is also an exit in the stat collectors where you can do this more discretely and selectively.

    Cheers,

    Julius

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