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Posted by: Chris Proctor
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Columbia Sports Company
Portland, OR
STRDBMON question
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Published: 23 Mar 2016
Revised: 24 Mar 2016 - 455 days ago
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STRDBMON question Published by: Chris Proctor on 23 Mar 2016 view comments(7)

Good morning, all! I'm new to STRDBMON and I'm trying to figure out how to appease auditors (I know, good luck with that! Lol) by capturing database changes and I found an article where we could allow our BAs to use STRSQL or RUNSQLSTM to update records and the STRDBMON would capture those changes in a file. Much cleaner to look at then journal entries!! Lol.

Anyway, I noticed that if the update is done with RUNSQLSTM I see the complete SQL statement, but if I use STRSQL the variables are replaced with question marks. Is there a way to see the full SQL statement like I do with RUNSQLSTM? I'm hoping maybe it's a value in the STRDBMON command.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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