Assuming that you are auditing for it, display the T/ZC entries from QAUDJRN. Review those that are for the ‘Object Name’ of your program. — Tom
we have a program in cl with 7 parameters passed as dates, now this cl program will run to identify all the objects which are changed during those dates. that is our requirement. we have identified some objects example:Rpgle object which is been changed. so we want to know who and when they have modified it. when given dspobjd we got the date when it got changed , can we know the user who modified it
Yes, if you have auditing enabled for it. The user is identified on the associated T/ZC entry in the system audit journal, QAUDJRN. If you weren’t recording the changes, then, no, you can’t identify the change. — Tom
And if you have auditing enabled, you don’t need the CL program. The changed objects are already identified in the system audit journal. — Tom
we actually dont have the authority for this option QAUDJRN, is there any way to move further.
You could search through every joblog. You might get lucky, but it would be extremely unlikely to find anything. Otherwise, no, there is no good option. Why would you not be able to display journal entries? That makes the audit journal fairly useless. — Tom