As Ted asked, in what system did you do the configuration?
Were your changes in a transport that was released or in a transport that was not released?
If the transport was not released, ask your Basis Resource for help.
If the transport was released, use t-code se09 or se10, and use the following the menu options:
Goto > Objects in Request
to identify what other transport impacted the same object (table, schema, rule, etc...) as you had.
Ted, the data got deleted from dev server....
Siva prasad, I went to SM30...but in utilities I did not find change requests.
Remi Corriveau, I went to se09 or se10....but the problem it is asking for the user's name.....the problem is if i knew who did it....i wudnt bother to see it myself as to who did it...
secondly, I just started my career as SAP HR consultant....probably, am not knowing how to see it in se09 or se10.....kindly excuse my naiveness and pls elaborate the procedure in detail.
Goto SM30 , specify any config. table or check any table , e.g constant table : V_T511K table ,
Once you saved the data and stored in TR, some one came and change / delete the data that information is also stored one TR, right .
Goto the table - Utilites --->Change requests.,
Hope , you could not find via SE09 or SE10 , otherwise take the basis help you can trap the user.
Through t-code se09 or se10, you can look at your transports, or put a * in the "User" box and you'll see all transports.
If you select a transport, double click on it to see what objects it contains.
When you are in the basic screen for transports, use the menu option Goto > Objects in Request, and select an object type (such as table view), enter the table view you wish to get information on, and execute it so that you could get a report of all transports that object was in.
When you are in the basic screen for transports (t-code se09 or se10) in your Development environment, use the menu option Goto > Objects in Request, and select an object type (such as table view), enter the object's name you wish to get information on, and execute it so that you could get a report of all transports that object was in.
Here are the most common object names I use: PSCC (Schema), PCYC (Personal Calculation Rule), PMCK (Feature), TABU (Table) and VDAT (Table View).
In the next screen, make the selection of the object type and identify the object you want to search for.
Did you check the box left of R3TR PROG selection? It should not be checked unless you want to check the transports that include changes to a particular program.
In my example, the first item entered was the object type VDAT, second was the table view V_T511K, third I checked the box left of the R3TR program identifier, and fourth I executed it.
If it doesn't work in your environment, check with a Basis resource.