Tracking of Material Determination Conditions (T/Code VB 11 or VB 12)

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Dear Co-Members I wish to know from SAP expert from our group a solution to following: I want to view the user code, time, date stamp, the old value and new value for the additions/changes made in the SD material determination conditions using transaction codes VB11 or VB12. This is possible for me in case of pricing conditions where we use transaction code VK11. If someone can suggest any other forum/group where I can get solution to above, he/she is most welcome. The non interested co-members are requested to please bear with me. Regards Sanjay G. Bhave Mumbai, India

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My company does not use Material Determintation Conditions, but below is how to find additions/changes in SAP if there is not a standard program for this.

1) Go to table CDHDR via transaction SE16 and enter the transaction code(s)in which you are interested (VB11, VB12) and the date range. Don’t forget to change the default “Maximum no.of hits”. When you execute this you will get a list of Change Document Headers which includes the Doc #’s, User ID, Time, Date, etc.

2) Copy the Doc #’s and go to table CDPOS and paste the Doc #’s and execute the program. The system returns a list of the changes that were made includeing the field name, new value and old value.

If no one is allowed access to transaction SE16 in Production (a contentious issue) a program will have to be written to do the job.

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  • Charlie61
    Also, if the exact time of the transaction is important, you can execute SAP transaction STAT - enter the user name, date, transaction code, and an hour range and the system will return to you a listing of data that will contain the exact time - to the second - that the transaction occurred. Good luck, Charlie
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