who deleted as400 user profile?

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Hi, I need to know who has deleted an iSeries user profile and when. I am presuming the answer would be from dspaudjrne, but if there is an other way please let me know.

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  • TomLiotta
    ...if there is an other way please let me know. Why would there be an easier way than querying the facility that is intended for such purposes? But I somewhat agree. Since there are already CP (User Profile Changes) entries, I would expect that profile deletions would be recorded under that entry type. Unfortunately, they are included in the DO (Delete Object) entries. The difficulty is that there might be more deleted objects than you want to list. I wouldn't use DSPAUDJRNE. I'd use DSPJRN to an *OUTFILE. The outfile would first be created with CRTDUPOBJ for QSYS/QASYDOJE. I might create the duplicate file in QTEMP. Do NOT use the file in QSYS directly; always create a duplicate in one of your libraries. It is just a "model file" that you might want to use many times in the future. After DSPJRN populates your new file, query it for DOONAM (Deleted Object Name) matching the user profile that you want to track. Tom
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  • pdraebel
    I use CPYAUDJRNE. This lets one select the Journal Entry Type like DSPAUDJRNE, but outputs to a file. Further selections will have to be made on the file. Peter
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  • harisudhan21
    Thanks Tom, the reason i asked is that our facility has the weirdest security measures.. apart from the customer administrators no one has the rights, but then requests keep pouring in and by the time approval is given, you know!! thanks anyways!
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  • WoodEngineer
    You may be able to accomplish what you need with an Exit Point program.  In this case, it is not complicated to write.  I use one to notify me any time a user profile is added, deleted or modified.  The program just sends a message to my message queue.  It shows the user profile, the action and the user ID that initiated the action.
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  • TomLiotta
    You may be able to accomplish what you need with an Exit Point program.   An exit program could be useful in the future. If one is not already active, it can't help with finding out who deleted a user profile yesterday.   And be aware that an exit program is not a system function, so it's more difficult to guarantee the validity of its output. For example, if it logs an action in some data container, it's hard to prove that the entry came from the exit program and not some other program writing to the same object.   However, it must be noted that the system audit journal can not tell you who deleted a user profile "yesterday" if auditing has not been activated until today. No matter what function is going to be used, it won't work if it's not turned on.   Tom
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