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MRE Users' Table

MRE Users' Table

MRE Users' Table

(OP)
I need to find out all the users that are running reports.
How often they login, etc.

Where is the table located with the MRE users?

Thanks,

Leo   

RE: MRE Users' Table

Rather than trying to hack into the MRE repository which just shows who the registered users are and not how much they use you should investigate the FOCLOG or Resource Analyzer product(s) which gathers usage statistics and give an accurate view of who is doing what and how often. The MRE repository is the basedir directory under the WebFOCUS directory but there may not be an actual table of users. DO NOT hack into this..look do not touch !!

RE: MRE Users' Table

You can put

MREUSER=&IBIMR_user
<SET>MREUSER(PASS)

in your site.wfs.  That will give use access to &MREUSER in you fexes.  You can easily create your own log using -WRITE

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