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Problem Solve Nov 21, 2003

Access to SE16 in production

If you must give direct access to tables in production, heed this advice. Continue Reading

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Problem Solve Mar 14, 2003

Debug data browser SE16

You can change entries via Data browser by means of debugging. Here's how. Continue Reading

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Problem Solve Jun 12, 2003

Modify/insert/delete any table in SE16

You can do the table manipulations in SE16. Continue Reading

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Problem Solve Apr 16, 2002

Change entries in SE16 in debug mode

There is a way to change entries of a table with SE16 even if you don't have the authorization. Here's how! Continue Reading

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By Corwin Slack Problem Solve Jun 22, 2009

How to stop SAP users from displaying SAP HR tables content

Learn how to stop SAP users from displaying HR table contents in an SAP table without restricting access to an SE16N transaction. Continue Reading

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Problem Solve Jul 17, 2006

How to create or change SAP tables without coding or debugging

Learn this SAP shortcut on how to create or change SAP tables without going through SE16 coding and debugging. Continue Reading

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Problem Solve May 16, 2002

Listing Users - A different way

Using SE16 and Table USR41, this will list all users on all instances in order of User ID. Continue Reading

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Problem Solve Jul 16, 2004

Alternative to using RFC_READ_TABLE for downloading data from SAP tables

Do you have an alternative solution to using RFC_READ_TABLE for downloading data from SAP tables since RFC_READ_TABLE requires SE16 access of an auditor? Continue Reading

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By Jessica Sirkin News Sep 30, 2015

Oracle changes the rules when licensing Oracle SE2

Oracle changed its licensing policy for Oracle Standard Edition 2, adding a maximum number of cores and threads allowed on a machine running SE2. Continue Reading

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By Cliff Saran Dec 10, 2015

Three tips to help reduce Oracle licensing costs

London councils are spending hundreds of thousands of pounds a year with Oracle. Controlling these costs is the first step in taming Oracle licensing Continue Reading