Who's touching the file records?
I'm interested in learning about file records. Specifically, who used, changed, or deleted them. What is necessary to do this on an iSeries 9406-620 with OS/400 V4R5?
You can audit all uses of the file through the CHGOBJAUD command (make sure you have *OBJAUD specified in the QAUDCTL system value) and to get the actual changes or deletions, you'll have to journal the file.
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