Which users have accessed specific purchase order in SAP?

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Is there a way to identify which user has viewed a specific PO during specific time?

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  • TheRealRaven
    That depends -- is your application tracking accesses? Or are you asking if it's possible to set up such tracking?
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  • RAKACT036
    I am not certain is tracking is on/off? 
    If it is on, what t-codes can I use to access the log?
    and say if it is not on, how can I turn such tracking on for future?
    Thanks
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  • ToddN2000
    Are you looking for any type of access or just if it was modified?
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  • TheRealRaven
    Impossible to say how tracking should be done without details such as the environment at the very least, e.g., the OS/platform. Please add sufficient details for us to know how to respond.
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  • RAKACT036
    I am an auditor, so you will have to bear with me. 
    We are using SAP ECC 6 on Windows Server 2008 R2

    I have already pulled SM20 report, which shows that the user in question has accessed ME23N (purchase orders) during the concerned period. What I need to substantiate is whether user has looked at the specific PO or not? SM20 report does record what user has viewed.

    So my questions are:
    1) How can I determine if appropriate logs (such as system log, audit log, etc.) has been activated on SAP to capture this sort of data in the future?
    2) Is it possible to find out whether user has viewed (not edited, or changed) a specific PO during  a specific time slot?

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  • ToddN2000
    I'm not sure if it logs views of data. That would increase the audit tracking considerably and there is usually not a case if something is just viewed.On the other hand, they could always view the data from another users terminal if they stepped away from it. That has always been an issue in a lot of places I have worked. We had to have a inactivity timer set to log users off and a password to log back in. Sometimes they would get called away for a meeting and forget to lock their screen. People were going into another employees emails.
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