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RE: System i Database Monitoring



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Hi Larry - please feel free to look at the File Monitor functionality within
the Security Audit & Detection module of our DetectIT suite. It is ideal
for tracking data file changes, whether made locally or through PC tools.



http://www.safestone.com/detectit-security-manager/security-audit-and-detect
ion/



Lots of reports, interrogation tools etc. Let me know if you have any
questions.



Regards,



Martin A. Norman

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message: 5

date: Fri, 25 Jul 2008 11:06:58 -0500

from: "Ketzes, Larry" <Larry.Ketzes@xxxxxxx>

subject: System i Database Monitoring







Hello all,

I have been tasked with finding a product (3rd party seems to be

preferable) to monitor and report on database access by users on the system.

They are using these products for other platforms and these packages make it

very easy for the auditor to look at access and generate pretty reports. I

know journaling covers the actual tracking on the system I, but is there a

package out there that will do this reporting nicely for them without having

to write something in-house?



Thanks in advance,



Larry





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