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Hi,

Before installing SAP GRC SPM I would like to find out the response to the following question:

Is it possible to find out not only the transaction accessed but the data displayed (requested) within certain transaction?

Example:

In transaction Tx1, I am able to display all the information related with the Vendor ID entered. If my FF user access to Tx1 and request information details for Vendor_ID1 and Vendor_ID2. Can I see such request done by the FF ID within TX1?

Thanks in advance. Best regards,

Imanol

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2010 at 06:42 PM

    Alpesh,

    But what about user activity if data has not been changed and just dispalyed? Is it possible to find out which data a user has requested?

    I.e: Is it possible that SAP tables a user has requested using transaction SE16?

    Thanks in advance. Regards,

    Imanol

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      I don't think so. SE16 was an issue a while back and after that I never tested this scenario. SAP has never released a document for which tcodes SPM won't show detailed report.

      Regards,

      Alpesh

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2010 at 06:21 PM

    Imanol,

    Mostly yes but it may depend on the tcode. SPM basically gets all these data from STAD, CDHDR and CDPOS tables so whatever SAP is able to recorde in these tables SPM will display it. SPM will display the execution of Tcode and changed documents.

    Regards,

    Alpesh

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