This SAP QA (Quality Assurance) tutorial, explains the step-by-step procedure to define Audit Triggers in the SAP system with the proper screenshots.
What is Audit Trigger in SAP?
Audit trigger in SAP can be used by the userd to track any changes performed in a a table like data insertion, updates, or deletions.
How to Define Audit Trigger in SAP?
Please follow the steps below to define the audit trigger in your SAP system:
Enter t-code SPRO in the SAP Command Field and then press Enter button to Execute.
Now on Customizing: Execute Project screen click the SAP Reference IMG button to proceed.
Next, navigate to the following SAP IMG path:
SPRO > SAP Reference IMG >Quality Management > Audit Management > Audit Definition > Audit Trigger
Next on the Change View "Define Audit Trigger": Overview screen, you will see the previously defined Audit Triggers on your SAP system.
Next, click the New Entries button to define a new Audit Trigger in your SAP system.
Now, provide the following details for the new Audit Trigger as shown in the image below:
- Trigger: Enter an alpha-numeric character that identifies as the latest audit trigger
- Description: Enter a short description for the new audit trigger
Once all the details are entered click the Save button to save the details of the new Audit Trigger.
Next, select your Customization Request id and press Enter to proceed.
A message Data was saved will be displayed on the bottom of your screen.
You have successfully created a new Audit Trigger in your SAP system.