HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Keeping track of database changes using audit reports

To keep always track of the changes that impact objects stored in the database, you can use the following audit reports, which can be run in batch mode using the command line interface:
General audit report
The report provides information about objects that have been modified in the database. More specifically, it details who made the change, on which objects, and when.
Details report
The report provides further details about the changes implemented. It specifies who made the change, on which objects, when, and what has been changed. More specifically it shows the object definition before and after the change.
You can run these reports on DB2 and Oracle databases.