Tracking sensitive table access

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AS/400 journaling
AS/400 tables
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How can I track the number of Read's users perform on specific tables on an iSeries?

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Journalling can include Open/Closes – allowing you to capture access to

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You can use DSPFD and you will find # of logical reads and # of physical reads. There is Statistics for data activity and access path activity.

There is a way to restart the statistics but I can’t find how.

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Wilson

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  • LarryH60
    In this case, I'm not concerned with exactly which records are read, but rather how many are read. And that, I think, is the problem with tracking the number of opens and/or closes. I can tell a table was accessed, but I can't tell how much was pulled (ie are they looking up a customer, or are they pulling a customer list?)
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  • philpl1jb
    You can add a read trigger the each table, it would call an RPGLE program whenever a record was called. It passes user info and the record which could log the access by record to a database file. Phil
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