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Who signed on to the production system?

One Search400.com member writes, "I want to know who signs on to our production system during non-supported hours and report on this (for SOX reasons).Simply manually scanning through the History log is not enough any longer. How can I automate this and put it on the job scheduler?" Systems management expert RIch Belles offer some help.

I want to know who signs on to our production system during non-supported hours and report on this (for SOX reasons).Simply manually scanning through the History log is not enough any longer. How can I automate this and put it on the job scheduler?
The best way to monitor who and when someone signs on to your system is to make use of the audit journal (QAUDJRN). Make sure that auditing is turned on and that you have specified what you want to audit. You will be able to display journal entries for a given time period and for a given type of journal entry.
This was last published in January 2006

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