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Modification History UASE16N


Some users modified one non-standard table using command &sap_edit in transaction uase16n.

Any one know how can I view the changes that have been made to tables using this method?

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Nuno Barros

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2011 at 11:01 AM

    Use report RKSE16N_CD or RKSE16NCD_DISPLAY (take a look to SAP OSS Note 1531578).

    It the reports do not exist in your system you can always take a look to the table contents of se16n_cd_key and se16n_cd_data. But take into account that if your users are smart enough they can delete the logs by using the 'Extras->Delete Change Documents' option of SE16N.

    In newer releases SAP the &SAP_EDIT user command does not work. You can apply SAP OSS Note 1420281 if you want to forbid these kind of changes.

    Edited by: Arseni Gallardo on Nov 25, 2011 12:03 PM

    Ohhh.. I have realized that you are referring to transaction UASE16N instead of SE16N. I think that there is no report for this but the relevent tables are UASE16N_CD_DATA and UASE16N_CD_KEY.

    Edited by: Arseni Gallardo on Nov 25, 2011 12:08 PM

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