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This page - https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/i/7.5?topic=auditing-planning-object-access - has this sentence on it -

    If you are concerned about who is using a particular file, you can collect information about all accesses to the file for a period of time:

This seems to get what you are asking for, if I understand it right. Instead of a specific file, use it for a specific OUTQ. The command example there is this -

CHGOBJAUD OBJECT(library-name/file-name)


On 3/8/2023 4:53 PM, Justin Taylor wrote:
Is there a way to audit all spooled file activities (create, move, change,
delete) for a specific output queue? The auditing I've found seems to be
user-centric, and I'd rather not audit all users for every output queue
just to watch a single OUTQ.


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