John:

We had to do a few things to get keep this info.  First thing we did was 
use a user exit that writes the information to a file we created. I think 
it was the end-order user-exit we put that code into

We also traced back which programs were updating the fields & removed that 
portion of the code. 


Steve Jones



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                 Does anyone know of a way to trace a customer order back 
to the
user who entered the order after it has been confirmed and shipped? All
I could find in the history files were the user that confirmed the
order, not entered it. We are using Rel. 6 COM.

                 Thanks,

John Furniss
Allied Machine & Engineering Corp.
iSeries Application Programmer
Phone (330) 343-4283 Ext. 8371
email: jfurniss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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