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Define which user did modification in PDI

sinaei
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Dear all,

We are about 5 person that working on PDI, with different username, I would like to ask you is there any way to undersatnd who did the modification?

I dont know, something like log...

Do you have any idea?

Regards

Sin

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sunil1101
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Hi Sin,

If you check the property of each content file you can see Lastchanged By

Regards

Sunil

sinaei
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Hi Sunil,

Thanks a lot for your response,

But we can not see who created which field.

We have this prolem to find who create which field, or modify which field, not just each content.

It will be useful

Regards

Sin

sunil1101
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Hi

This is not possible, to see who added which fields. You can not change same file/contnet at a same time, it will be locked by the user.

Even SAP also does not maintain such log for sdk user, to see who added which fields.
for example: If member1 added a field in BO and saved and activate, you only can see last changed by Member1, then later Member2 came and deleted same field, then poperties shows Last changed by Member2. So chages are recorded at BO level not at fields level.
Even if you just type space without touching any syntax it will records as a changes on save of a file.

And I dont see this is as problem or feasible requirement for SDK tool to maintain such log. I think you should manage development among team.

As work arround you can save your local file( Solution folder YXXXX_) in seprate location after each development by individual developer, and in case of conflict you can check local files saved in seprate location.

Regards

Sunil

former_member186648
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Hi Sin,

"Last Changed By" is the field to check who changed the object, this field is updated at the object level and not at the field inside the object.

Ex: If we consider Business Object, then this field is only updated at the Business Object level, which means any change to the Business Object will update this field, so you can't track individual changes on the Business Object like field change.

Thanks, Pradeep.

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sinaei
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Hi Everyone,

Thank a lot for all your responses

Regards

Sin

A-J-S
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Hi Sin,

It would be easier to inform the developers to mark their changes by adding comments

//Start of change by ABCD

//End of change by ABCD

It would be again only possible in codes, not in configurable items.

Thanks and Regards,

Ajith J