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Users might find blank transactions or tcode_id=1 transactions in the TA_PREF_USER_TRANS_COUNT table.
Tidal Transaction Analyer (TTA) version 1.9 or later
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These transactions are standard and show up as blank or null in the TA database.
The following pertains to this:
They can be logon activities, background jobs, or RFC details. Customers can run the audit reports to check and find which programs are executed and reporting the blank t-code.