Friday, December 23, 2011

How to trace user's activity


Creating a User Audit Profile
1. Log on to any client in the appropriate SAP system.
2. Go to transaction SM19.
3. From the top-most menu bar on the Security Audit: Administer Audit
Profile screen, click Profile -> Create.
4. On the Create new profile popup, type in a new Profile name and click
the green √ picture-icon.
5. On the Filter 1 tab of the Security Audit: Administer Audit Profile
screen, click the □ to the left of Filter active to place a √ in the box.
In the Selection criteria section, select the Clients and User names to
be traced. In the Audit classes section, click “on” all the auditing
functions you need for this profile. In the Events section, click the
radio button to the left of the level of auditing you need. Once you
have entered all your trace information, click the Save picture-icon.
You will receive an Audit profile saved in the status bar at the bottom
of the screen.
6. Please note that while the user trace profile has been saved, it is not
yet active. To activate the user trace, see the next section Activating
a User Audit Profile.
7. You may now leave the SM19 transaction.
Activating a User Audit Profile
1. Log on to any client in the appropriate SAP system.
2. Go to transaction SM19.
3. On the Security Audit: Administer Audit Profile screen, select the audit
profile to be activated from the Profile dropdown. Click the lit match
picture-icon to activate it. You will receive an Audit profile activated
for next system start in the status bar at the bottom of the screen.
The audit will not begin until after the SAP instance has been recycled.
4. You may now leave the SM19 transaction.
Viewing the Audit Analysis Report
1. Log on to any client in the appropriate SAP system.
2. Go to transaction SM20.
3. In the Selection, Audit classes, and Events to select sections of the
Security Audit Log: Local Analysis screen, provide your information to
filter the audit information. If you need to trace the activities of a
specific user, be sure to include that user’s ID. Click the Re-read
audit log button.
4. The resulting list is displayed. This list can be printed using the usual
methods.
5. You may now leave the SM20 transaction.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks :)

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