QASYxxJn where xx is the entry type, in this case PW, and n is the journal type – the higher the number, the more information in the entry. If you're running V5R2, you can use type five otherwise I recommend type four. The iSeries Security Reference manual, Appendix F contains the layout of each of the auditing model outfiles. The manual is available in PDF form on the IBM Information Center.
In this case, you'll want to create a duplicate object of the QSYS/QASYAFJ5 entry and then specify this on the OUTFILE parameter on the DSPJRN command as follows:
You can then look at the contents of the entire file or query to find the exact information you're looking for.
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