when we DSPJRN, we have to put a number on the ENTDTALEN the first time the
outfile is created for each file.  Then with a query we output just the
JOESD field from that file to another outfile.  Then CPYF this outfile to a
duplicate of the CUSMAS (or whatever) file with option *NOCHK.  Then this
last file can be queried just like the regular file.

Each record has an entry type for update before, update after, etc.  this is
found in the first output file from the DSPJRN command.  There may be an
easier, better way but this is how we look at the records so they make
sense.  Once you get it all working manuallly, you could write a pgm to do
all the steps.  You just need to be careful to not name your files the real
Infor file name to avoid accidents.

Ann

-----Original Message-----
From: mapics-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:mapics-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Greg Wenzloff
Sent: Wednesday, December 07, 2005 9:04 AM
To: mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [MAPICS-L] MAPICS - customer master file - auditing


Hello List,

Our SOX auditors have said that we should have a way of detecting and
approving all changes to the Customer Master file.

I have set up physical file journal and can see the before and after
images of the file's records.   My question is how should I take that
data and create a report that makes sense?

Does anyone have something they would share?

Other suggestions are welcomed.

Thanks,
Greg


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