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How to identify a Table - Edit or Table Amendment in SAP

Dear Experts,

There are two options to edit the data existing in the DB tables in ABAP dictionary.

1. Through SE16N and entering &SAP_EDIT.But any amendment in SAP data thorugh this step is recorded in tables :

SE16N_CD_DATA

SE16N_CD_KEY

2. Thorugh SE16 and going to ABAP Debugger and going through

if code = 'SHOW'.

set titlebar 'TAB' with name 'anzeigen'(100).

elseif code = 'EDIT'.

set titlebar 'TAB' with name 'ändern'(101).

elseif code = 'INSR'.

set titlebar 'TAB' with name 'einfügen'(102).

elseif code = 'ANVO'.

set titlebar 'TAB' with name 'einfügen'(102).

elseif code = 'DELE'.

set titlebar 'TAB' with name 'löschen'(103).

endif.

and changing the variable CODE to "SHOW" during the debigging.But my question is how to trace these kind of amendments in system?

If anybody changes these important data thorugh the 2nd step,how to track?

Regards,

Soumick

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  • Posted on Dec 27, 2011 at 11:32 AM

    Restrict the authorisation to &sap_edit.

    Moreover deleting the entires of a table in debugging mode should be totally avoided because such things can't be tracked ( I think) and leads to inconsistency in the data.I hope none will be having the authorisation to change the values in debugging unlike in Dev and Qaulity servers.

    Thanks,

    K.Kiran.

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