Visual Audit Trail
Visual Audit Trail allows you to automatically identify changes made to data in your databases. It will record changes regardless of the application used to change the data. Visual Audit Trail will show you who changed what data, and when they did it. You can save just enough data to identify the record, or save the entire records data before and after a update. It's up to you. Visual Audit Trail is also more flexible than other auditing solutions with "when and what" should get audited by using conditional expressions. The possibilities are almost limitless.
One application handles both Centura and SQL Server databases.
Why is auditing important?
Allow database administrators to track changes.
Help companies with regulatory requirements such as 21 CFR Part 11.
Track specific users actions.
General security screening.
Validating user permissions.
Audits can be placed on ANY table in your database.
Track inserts, updates and deletes.
You choose the columns that will be saved in the Audit tables.
All Audits automatically include the User ID and a timestamp
Save before and after data on update audits.
Audits can be "Normally On" or "Normally Off"
Easily enable and disable Audits.
View Audit results from inside Visual Audit Trail.
Export Audit results to CSV, XML, or import right into Excel. database tools - programming databases commercial listed in database tools - programming databases section.
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