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    Track all users activity

    What is the best way to track all user IDs activities for a time period because we need to know who is doing some suspicious updates where JDE does not provide audit information.

    We are using three application servers ( one is on Windows, and two are on Linux).
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    No good news :-(
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    Rauf,

    How easy that is may depend on how your users are set up. If your users have individual "system" (aka database) user IDs then you may be able to track them at the database level. Talk to your DBAs about that. Otherwise, you may have to set something upn (such as individual system user IDs). I'm guessing you would have detail on the suspicious updates. You could work out which users have access to do those updates and limit any set up to users which have been identified.
    Thanks, Peter

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