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Track the changes in the entries of the table

Former Member
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Hi,

How to c when and by whom the stnadard table has been modified.

Through SPRO some changes are done which are getting reflected in a standard table.

Though Log data changes in the technical settings of the Table in se11 is checked, im not able to c the changes using the tcode scu3.It displays "No logs Found" .

I tried to search the tables CDHDR and CDPOS,but of no use.

Please give some inputs in this regard.

Thanks in Advance.

Dharani.

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Former Member
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hi,

U can find in the attributes of the table.

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Former Member
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hi,

U can find in the attributes of the table.

Former Member
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Hi Dharani,

If the change log is not active for that table then you can't find who has done the changes to that table.

If it is a customizing table then you can see who made the changes by using the TR related to that table.

Regards,

Atish

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Hi Atish,

As i mentioned the check box "Log data changes " is already active...Still im not able to c the log details.

Regards,

Dharani.

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Hi Dharani,

When did this check box activated or is it active from the begining.

Just try to make some changes now and see if you are able to see that log.

Regards,

Atish

kiran_k8
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Dharani,

Just some additional info:-

Open the table in SE11.

go to Utilities in the Menu bar

click onVersions- versions management

You will be able to see the current active version which is indicated by a tick mark in the extreme left.

Down that you will be able to see the previous version

Now select this previous verion.(i mean tick it).

press f8 or the button with two down arrows to compare.

In this way you will be able to see even the modification too which are highlighted.

The same applies to programs in se38 too.

K.Kiran.

Former Member
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Hi Kiran,

No one is directly changing the table instead the changes done through customization are getting updated in the Table.

Also there are no versions in the table.

Regards,

Dharani.