Audit Journal entry type ‘AD’ for stream files (*STMF)

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Hi, When I analyse the audit journal for the journal entry type `AD?, I can see the following entries. My question is that in this type of entries I can not see object level details, (Object is *N). Is there any other method to see the object level details or any other related journal entries in the audit journal? A sample is as given below; Thanks Job Date Number RR Type Object Library Object type New Value 01/08/06 338227 0 AD *N *N *STMF *NONE 13/08/06 398950 0 AD *N *N *STMF *NONE 13/08/06 398950 0 AD *N *N *STMF *NONE 22/08/06 478221 0 AD *N *N *STMF *NONE
ASKED: September 28, 2006  1:16 AM
UPDATED: December 23, 2009  4:12 AM

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Hi, what you see pressing F5 to display the details of these journal entries? According to Security Reference redbook AD would show the path name either a absolute path or relative path om QOpenSys, root”/”, or user defined file system.

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<i>Is there any other method to see the object level details … in the audit journal?</i>

No. Because there are none. These are streamfiles. By definition, they have no object details.

Tom

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