iSeries Exit Point for ALL file member changes

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AS/400 Exit Points
iSeries administration
iSeries database
V5R4
I'm looking for an exit point that lets me capture changes to files (not the data in the files).  I want to know when the following occur, regardless of the source of the change (ODBC / FTP / Cmd /CL / SEU / PDM / Navigator / SQL / ...)

member added / renamed / deleted / changed

file itself is renamed / deleted / moved

I looked at QIBM_QZDA_* exit points and a number of others, but they don't return ALL changes - only the ones for a specific interface.



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v5r4

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  • TomLiotta
    AFAIK, there is no such exit point. Journaling already tracks such changes, so no exit point should be needed. In order to track actions such as member adds/deletes, you would either set system audit levels to include *CREATE and *DELETE along with any related object or user auditing settings, and then review ZC audit journal entries; or set database journaling for your files and review the database journal for MA 'Member Added' and DM 'Delete member' entries. Actions such as renames would show in the system audit journal as OM 'Object management change' entries. Various combinations are possible for different circumstances and degrees of granularity. Tom
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