what parms did you use for CHGOBJAUD?
What do what to know about the command usage?
Are you interested in who is using it or what parms are the using?
Better to read the manuals for the IBM exit programs, but in a few words
they are called when you register a command with them.
All the parms from the command are then "presented" to your exit program.
There are lots of examples out there in the inter-webs too.
Steinmetz, Paul said the following on Fri, 8/1/2014 10:23 AM:
I just did something similar with CHGLIBL, ADDLBLE, EDTLIBL.
I used CHGOBJAUD to turn on auditing for these commands.
What is different by using:
From: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Bryan Dietz
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Subject: Re: Tracking Changes On Command CHGJOBQE
you should be able to also use one of these:
then you could save(log) any of the information entered in the command.
using the audit journal you can see who used the command.
Not sure that you see what changed.
Jack Kingsley said the following on Fri, 8/1/2014 5:45 AM:
It appears the only way to log these changes to QAUDJRN is with CHGOBJAUD.
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