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Le 06/09/2022 à 18:10, Art Tostaine, Jr. a écrit :
I've been trying to look at journals to see who deleted a user profile.
I've tried several statements like this:

SELECT journal_code, journal_entry_type, object, object_type, X.*
FROM TABLE (QSYS2.Display_Journal('QSYS', 'QAUDJRN',
JOURNAL_ENTRY_TYPES => 'CP'
Try to look for DO Delete Objects entries, assuming audit is in place through system values for deletions.
) ) AS x
ORDER BY entry_timestamp DESC;

I only see entries from today. What am I doing wrong? Thank you.

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