If you create a library as an SQL library any files that is added to the
library is automatically journaled. You can do this be using STRSQL and
Create Collection or by using Ops Nav to create a schema.

On Sat, Sep 12, 2009 at 1:30 PM, Jim Franz <franz400@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I've been asked to comment on the feasability of a request to "journal all
files" for security and record change audits. This is a system I'm very
familiar with, and already has some journalling and trigger based auditing.
I've just never had a management request to journal "everything". (New
owners-and prob in Fortune 100) I should add this is a very customized
software package, call it a "mrp/job shop", 500-700 users, and does answer
to corp, government, and military auditors.
Anyone out there journalling "all", and what the best way to provide a user
interface to querying the receivors to (example) list who changed a certain
field over the last year.
Do temporary work files count?
Jim Franz
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