• Subject: Re: Auditing file transfers
  • From: Evan Harris <spanner@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2001 08:10:19 +1300

Hi Ron

The AS/400 does not by default log the details of  file transfers. You will 
need to create an exit program to get a log of this stuff. I don't recall 
the names of the exit points but there is a client access manual that deals 
with this issue - check out the client access manuals using the IBM library 
reader and a CD.

Evan Harris

>Where does the 400 log information about a user doing a file transfer with
>client access?  Does some feature need to be enabled for this function to
>I see no audit trail in QHST and I also searched many of the jobs in
>subsystem QCMN and could not find anything there either.

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