David is correct you can journal data areas, and several more objects.
I do urge some caution to speak with your System Administration folks.
Your environment requires some thought before starting journaling or
additional journaling. ( having been there to work on those systems in
the recent past ) The backup/recovery procedures will need to change
in addition to several BRMS defaults. Not hard, nor time consuming,
until you need the tapes......
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On 9/17/2013 9:26 AM, Alan Shore wrote:
Did NOT know about that.
Too late for the past - but obviously CAN be used in going forward
Will look into this
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Subject: Re: Determine who or what changed the value in a data area
On 9/17/2013 8:20 AM, Alan Shore wrote:
> Without going into too much detail, Is there any way to determine who
I've never used this, but it appears you you an journal a data area or data queue using STRJRNOBJ.
> or what changed the value of a data area?