I know from experience that if a sub-system posting ends up in maintain
events and is corrected by someone else at least the HHUSER field is
changed.

Gord

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From: rfolsom@xxxxxxxx [mailto:rfolsom@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 7:38 AM
To: SSA's BPCS ERP System
Subject: Re: How to check Who posted an event?



Eric:
The fields are certainly there, HHUSER, HHDATE and HHTIME.  Our database
has no records without the user field filled.  If you check XRF you can see
which programs use these fields.  It would take some more research to see
if the fields are updated on every change, because sometimes BPCS doesn't
update all the fields, but you could at least know which user did something
to the record.
Rick Folsom
Yupo Corporation America
757-819-9230



 

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Dear all,

We are on ver 6.1.  Is it possible to check by whom and when an event was
posted?  Are there any fields in GHH for holding such info?
Thanks in advance for any suggestion.

Best regards,
Eric

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