Wow talk about dangerous! Now the theory is fine...I suppose you could shell
out QDBGETM but to implement this for a production system which will have
ongoing PTF installation and new OS releases long after you're gone would be
highly irresponsible.

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From: <leif@attglobal.net>
To: <MI400@midrange.com>
Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2000 6:23 AM
Subject: Re: File Read


> > The only way I can think to audit the read of individual records is to
have
> > all programs that read the file also do the auditing. Of course this
> > solution will not work when things like CPFY are used to read the file.
> >
> > Ed Fishel
> > Rochester, MN
>
> There are programs in the SEPT (System Entry Point Table) that
> read database records. Alter the SEPT to replace these programs
> with your own programs that call the original modules but also as
> a side effect audit the reads to a machine index.
>
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