Tcode Usage Analysis

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Environment: 4.5B, 4.7 and ECC 5.0 Question: We have a need to find out, for training purposes, have often an Active SAP 4.5B End-User uses a particular transaction (Tcode) in their role. We are using the following tables to determine all SAP production users and their roles: ? USR02: Active users ? AGR Users: Roles ? AGR_TCODES: Tcodes in each role How can we determine how often particular Tcodes are being used by a user, and which roles/Tcodes are not used over a three or six month period? Our goal to improve training cycle times by not mistakenly putting people in training classes based on their role, when in fact they are not using for example half the transactions in their current role. Any help would be greatly appreciated or any links to any solutions, I am sure this is a common question. Thanks in advance.

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Hi!

There are different ways:

a)by logging: configure Security Audit Log (txn. SM19) and analyse the Log via SM20. SAP Library will show you the details. This is a very comfortable way.
b)by usage of server statistics: have a look at txn. STAT (4.6C) and STAD (ECC 5.0).
I am sure you will choice option a) ;-)
Best regards!
SAPsamuraiAustria

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