QSECOFR Audit

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How can I create a report showing when QSECOFR logged on the system for a six month period?
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It may not be possible. The only way I can think of checking it would be do a DSPLOG PERIOD((*AVAIL *BEGIN)) OUTPUT(*PRINT) then you can copy the spool to a flat file or just scan ir looking for the JOB signons by QSECOFR. It will only be as good as your QHST log data.. We only keep about 1 month of history.

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  • GregManzo
    Todd is correct, there isn't anything within the shipped OS that will give you that history. You either need to use DSPLOG to go through the QHST data (only as good as how much history you keep) or write your own - something in the sign-on program that writes the current user & timestamp to a log file. Of course that won't help you if you need the *last* 6 months. :-(
    Or maybe a hybrid approach: write a program that reads QHST (it is a native file underneath) looking for the sign-on & sign-off messages and writes them to a log file.
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  • pdraebel
    You can narrow it down by using only the CPF11224 MSGID. These are job start messages. Usually History Logs are not kept that long.
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  • chalenger
    If you already Chgusraud Qsecofr *cmd, you can CPYAUDJRNE *CD
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