Inventory transactions have who keyed them in, so you can see how far back that goes. Sometimes we print OS/400 reference data ... the security files have some clues like when their password was last changed, which for some people would be when their sign-on was first created. Some companies do their own payroll, and have some kind of record on when someone was hired, but we also have non-employees, like contractors, who have access to our systems.

Hi All,



Is there a way of finding when a BPCS user was created? Can that be
determined on the iSeries?



 Regards,

Isaac A. Antwi



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