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Sales Orders Change Log question

Hi All,

I am currently working on a project that involves querying SAP Database to get custom reports via web browser, I've made a lot of advances and most of the site is ready but I'm missing just one item that I hope you could help me.

Thing is I am working with the Sales Order change log and the problem comes one a user deletes a row. If I go to the change log inside SAP and see the differences a new record will be shown saying that row X was deleted and

if I go to the database (ADOC and ADO1 tables) I don't have a way to see wich row was deleted.

My way of doing this is to check for the number of rows on the current state of the sales order and check the same on the previous instance of the SO and see if a line was deleted. Then I would have to check row by row between instances what rows are there and what row is missing and store that info. I think this kind of approach will definitively kill the server.

I was wondering if some one can give me a hint about how to approach this problem. Does any body know how SAP works on this area?

I'm working with SAP2005A and SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Alejandro.-

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