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I want to get the information about who were logged in yesterday in AS/400 system. Please tell me. ..User logged in through emulator (IBM).
ASKED: May 3, 2013  11:12 AM
UPDATED: May 3, 2013  11:54 AM

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  • TomLiotta
    Please define "logged in"? To FTP? To DB2? To telnet? To Netserver? Some other server? Users can login to many different servers. -- Tom
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  • As400avk
    Through emulator(IBM)
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  • TomLiotta
    If you create any logs through the telnet entry points, you would extract from whatever you create. Without that, you can retrieve T/JS audit journal entries from QAUDJRN, the system audit journal. Within each entry, the first character of the entry-specific data is an Entry Type; you'll only want ones with 'S' that mark the start of a new job. And the second character will be for Job Type; you'll only want ones with 'I' for interactive jobs. The job user will be in the ten bytes starting in position 14 of the entry-specific data. . When you have entries that have 'S' and 'I', you'll have all interactive jobs that started. Since users can log on multiple times in one day, you'll need to track all job users and eliminate duplicates. . And if your system isn't tracking job starts in the audit journal, you might be able to pull all CPF1124 entries from the system history log files. You'll have to process the entries to figure out which ones are for your telnet jobs and other information. . Tom
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  • dinuas400
    DSPUSRPRF USRPRF(USERID) OUTPUT(*OUTFILE) OUTFILE(LIBNAME/FILENAME) This will return a file which will have the values of previous sign on value(Date and time)
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  • TomLiotta

    This will return a file which will have the values of previous sign on value(Date and time)

    It will show last emulator sign-on dates, but that's not what was requested. The file won't show who signed on "yesterday".

    The biggest problem is that any user who signed on "today" will have today's date, not yesterday's.

    Tom

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