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Infotype Logging


We're having an issue logging changes to an Infotype through a standard report.

Infotype 0003 is configured to log changes. If we make changes through PA30, we can run S_AHR_61016380 to view our change log. If we run program RPUTRBK0 to mass update, the infotype gets updated correctly, but the changes are not logged.

Does anyone know why these changes are not being logged?



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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 09:18 PM

    Hi Warren,

    The RPUTRBK0 report only serves as a utility to do a direct update of the infotype 0003 record. No validations are performed. The report is not designed to perform the functionality of transaction PU03 or PA30. If you wish to have the log tables upodated for changes to the IT0003 records kindly use the PU03 transaction. This would perform all the necessary validations as well.

    Sorry not to have a better answer but it will not be changed.

    Kind Regards


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    • Former Member


      As pointed out by christine

      This program assumes that all data entered are correct, and no

      validation, other than check for valid personnel numbers, are performed. Due to the nature of the

      Payroll Status (Infotype 0003), direct database update will be performed.


      Rajdeep Kuppili

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