You can have the files journaled for the operations (that you want to
track) on the file i.e. read, write, update, delete.


Anupam Sinha

"George Varvaressos" <gvarvaressos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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[BPCS-L] Follow up of BPCS Event Logs question

Thanks Dan,

Is there a way to track the application program that caused the update?

Eg - item number XXX was updated by program INV500 etc at a given time and
date by user Y.
(Unfortunately I don't have a record format or dds for ITH)



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