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JDE World - Logs of Security Changes?

JDE World - Logs of Security Changes?

JDE World - Logs of Security Changes?

Little help pls. Would anyone know if JDE World (A7.3) maintains any logs of changes/deletions etc. made to user security and program access?


RE: JDE World - Logs of Security Changes?

Are asking thru IBM user security,, or JDE security??

RE: JDE World - Logs of Security Changes?


I'm looking for either.  Since I posted this I believe that I found something where the AS/400 can log changes to an object.  I'm guessing that it you select the objects as: User Setup (P0092), Action Code Security (P00031) and Function Key Security (P9612), etc. that this will log the activity??

But what about JDE? Are you aware of anything?

Thanks for your help

RE: JDE World - Logs of Security Changes?

A better site to use for your JDE questions is JDELIST. It is specifically for the JDE community.

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