Are there any ODBC or QZDASOINIT entries of any kind posted to the *INTSYSJRN journal without any action on my part?
I know auditing should be planned ahead of time, but until object auditing gets turned on for a particular file, is there any accounting for activity against it?
No, there are no QZDASOINIT entries without action on your part. I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "accounting activity". There's the object usage information that can be displayed using Display Object Description (DSPOBJD) but if you're looking for the profile that accessed an object or the program running, you would need to first turn on auditing. If you have the file journaled, information is available in the journal. But again, you must first set up journaling.
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