>I want to write records to a log file if changes are made to another
>but I don't want to journal the file or apply triggers 
>(Don't want the log to interfere with other processes).

With all due respect, I think you should reconsider triggers.  There
is no reason it needs to interfere with other processes.  The only
thing I can think of would be a *DELETE trigger, which prohibits the
use of CLRPFM while it is attached.  If you don't need to record info
on deletes, then even this should not be a problem.

What do you think will be the problem with a trigger?
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