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User Id for changed Document

Dear All,

How do we know who has changed Document details.

e.g One user has Prepared Down Payment Request by Tcode F-47.

another user has changed DPR Document by Tcode FB02. i.e user has removed Payment Block flag ('Z') from DPR Document by FB02.

I want to know user ID , who has removed Payment block flag from DPR Document by FB02.

Regards

Swati Shah

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    Posted on Dec 26, 2011 at 12:40 PM

    FB04 - Display Changes

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      fb03 - environment - Document changes.- All changes - F6

      You get an entry as below

      Date Field New Old

      26.12.11 Payment Block A

      Double click this entry

      Details

      Date 26.12.2011

      Time 14:16:21

      User RAOSO

      Field Payment Block ( BSEG-ZLSPR )

      from A

      to

      Changed in Line Item 001

      Hope this helps

      Kind Regards

      Soumya

  • Posted on Dec 26, 2011 at 12:38 PM

    Dear expert

    fb02 - environment - Document changes.- click change on - F2

    Regards

    Ajeesh.s

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2011 at 08:43 AM

    Dear Swati,

    Or you could you use table CDHDR,

    input the Object Number with Format : Client + Company Code + Document Number + Fiscal Year

    Example :

    Client = 100

    Company Code = 1000

    Document Number = 1900000109

    Fiscal Year = 2011

    So you put Object Number = 100100019000001092011, you will get User Name who changed the document.

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