CA7 - Tracking Changes



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CA7 - Tracking Changes

Postby mmf » Sat Aug 08, 2009 4:42 am

Is there a way to track changes that are made to a job schedule's in the online CA7 screens?
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Re: CA7 - Tracking Changes

Postby BaghdadMedic » Tue Aug 11, 2009 2:22 am

The only thing I have found is you are able to track who is the last person to do any changes.

Use the following command: LJOB,LIST=ALL,JOB=(ENTER JOB NAME)

LAST MAINTENANCE ON 06.188 AT 11:20:40 VIA DBM BY OPERATOR: MCOJHH1

MCOJHH1 is the last person to make the change to this program in CA7.

I am interested in others input!
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Re: CA7 - Tracking Changes

Postby mmf » Tue Aug 11, 2009 3:13 am

I thought I heard from someone that some sort of historical batch audit file was available of all changes made over a period of time for a job, for example in the last month....? Does anyone know anything about this?
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Re: CA7 - Tracking Changes

Postby BaghdadMedic » Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:30 pm

There is a BTI job where you enter the Julian Date. Submit it through your personal CA7 library.

If there is any other process, I am interested too!
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Re: CA7 - Tracking Changes

Postby ca706410 » Thu Oct 08, 2009 7:31 am

Hello,

You can use the reporting program named SASSHIS8 and use REPORT 02 wich will list you all input commands being passed by anyone for any given period . This program will use in input, either the history log data (loghist) ddname or Archive Log data (logarch) .
You can use pds member samphr30 being supplied in the sampjcl libray and amend it to run the report 02 instead of report 30 .
This program and report are documented in the CA-7 Reports Guide .

Let me know if that helped you ...
Thanks and regards,
Eric
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