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    JDE License Audit

    Hi, Can anyone throw some insights on JDE License Audit process? Which tables and transactions to query and standard scripts to run?

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    What type of audit?
    Jeremy Shearer

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    Senior Member peterbruce's Avatar
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    Jan 2004
    NSW Australia
    Oracle has a tool they install and run to retrieve the required metrics. It has been over 5 years since we had an audit, so things may have changed. When we had the audit, their tool was not compatible with our JDE TR so I had to take hourly screen shots of the user sessions screen(s) in SM and save the html code for each screenshot, during normal work hours over 5 days
    Thanks, Peter

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    Senior Member Chan Rana's Avatar
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    I think they normally would scan all transaction tables for a period and derive the active user list.

    Chandrakant Rana
    E1 Xe-9.0, AS/400, XML, BSSV
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