On 17 Jan 2013 13:01, DeLong, Eric wrote:
Without some sort of "Software Change Management", not easily. The
only thing that comes to mind would be to check audit journals. Not
my area, so I'm not sure what is in the audit records...
John Candidi on Thursday, January 17, 2013 2:55 PM wrote:
Is there something I can use to retrieve the last user who changed
source code. I would like to run this versus a bunch of source
objects, not just one....
IMO an SCM should be utilized if possible. Also /convention/ should
be that any changes are logged with a comment in the header of whatever
source is being updated, to include a moniker [e.g. User Profile name]
that identifies the responsible person [and the date the change was
made]. But if not being effected by one of those, then by auditing:
CHGOBJAUD of each database source physical file that should be
tracked to include *ALL auditing detail, then review the T-ZC audit
journal entries; this presumes of course that the system-level object
auditing capability [the system values and required pre-requisite
objects including the QAUDJRN journal in QSYS] is already enabled.