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Service Market place-- Developer

Hi,

I want to clean up any registration that were not used in the recent past. Well the question is How do I get to " Not recently used registrations ?"

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    Jul 14, 2010 at 04:11 PM

    Hi George,

    One way is to just check which ABAPers have left the Project/Organization. You can get their user IDs from SAP system & remove the registration from Service Market

    Second way is that, get user IDs of all ABAPers . Goto SUIM->User->By logon date: select those ABAPers, give the number of days since last logon & run it. You will get the list of ABAPers who did not logon since the days that you have mentioned.

    You can then delete their registration from Service Market Place

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    • Former Member

      This is a a way forward. Fine. my gut feel is this is the only way forward !! Same SUIM...( earns bread for many of us !) Nothing in the SMP itself to suggest that allows us to run a report or even sort on 'last used '

      Thanks for your suggestion.

      GG

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    Former Member
    Jul 14, 2010 at 04:25 PM

    The simplest way I have done is

    Go to SE16 insert the table name DEVACCESS

    it will give you the user name to access key information

    Take the list of users go to SUIM and perform the action as per siddarth

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    Former Member
    Jul 14, 2010 at 05:35 PM

    Hi george,

    Development key is needed by a sap user in order to be able to create or change workbench object (programs, domains, table definitions). These keys are stored in table DEVACCESS.

    - Access key is needed if you want to change a standard SAP workbench object. These keys are stored in table ADIRACCESS.

    Thanks,

    Sri

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    • Former Member Former Member

      For sure if it were easier then it would help... I am a big fan of that!

      But with 20% effort you can gain 80% security for most aspects which are intuitive when using the user interfaces which SAP provides.

      There is no UI for deleting or finding distributed developer keys. Go figure...

      Cheers,

      Julius

      Edited by: Julius Bussche on Jul 14, 2010 9:58 PM