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Report to extract all the changes made to SAP production system

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Is there any standard SAP report or program that can be used to extract all the changes made to a production server during a period?

Changes can be anything like profile parameter changes, table changes, config changes etc.

Thanks,

Ravali Bandi

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 02:35 PM

    all changes? No. absolutely no report for that. Area and transactions have their own logging mechanisms and locations. The three items you mentioned are examples of this, each having their own methods of logging.

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 02:59 PM

    A backup of the whole system should do the trick.

    You normally have an offline and online DB backup running anway, so you already have this.

    Reading the log will be a different topic, but who is going to want to read everything anyway?

    Cheers,

    Julius

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 08:18 AM

    What do you want to achieve with this? Going through all those logs will be impossible and if you are not going to read the logs, you might as well not gather them. I think you don't want to know about the majority of changes done to the system.

    Try first to come up with what you actually want you must know and what you think is important to know. Once you have clear requirements for the reporting, check what reports will support this.

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      Duchateau,

      Thanks, I was clearly looking for a report that would show all the changes made to Production. That seems to be a very complicated and irrelevant question. But then I got my answer.

      Regards,

      Ravali

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