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Is there Any Exit to Check SAP User Logoff

Hi Gurus ,

I need check the Logoff time of the SAP User so is there any exit which is fired at the time of Logoff . I know that there is a Exit when User Logs in the System which is SUSR0001 But is there any exit same for Logout . Can any body please help me out in this that how to find the Logout time . Now my current scenario for example when the user Log in to the SAP i am updating the User Name , Date , Time of the User in Z table . And for the Logoff i have put the Logic by Checking the same from USR41 Last_logon time and i am updating the same in my ztable for the last login . But i think its wrong can anybody help me out in this .

Thanks in Advance

Shankar

Edited by: Shankar SB on May 13, 2010 2:59 AM

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    Posted on May 13, 2010 at 07:14 AM

    Hi,

    SAP also have one report which keep user log on time and log off time.

    User administration

    USR01 User master

    USR02 Logon data

    USR03 User address data

    USR04 User master authorizations

    USR11 User Master Texts for Profiles (USR10)

    UST12 User master: Authorizations

    USR12 User master authorization values

    USR13 Short Texts for Authorizations

    USR40 Prohibited passwords

    TOBJ Objects

    TOBC Authorization Object Classes

    TPRPROF Profile Name for Activity Group

    DEVACCESS Table for development user

    Regards,

    Arun Agrawal

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    Posted on Jul 08, 2010 at 09:15 AM

    aa

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