Not much familiar with audit features, but in the programming manual there is a section called audit_functions that give some examples of how to read the standard audit files of BAAN.
From the little bit that I know of, in my opinion, you may be better off writing your own customizations, especially since you want to keep a permanent history of changes. But that is just my way of thinking.
One the other hand, you can just use the standard BAAN reports to produce the ouput you desire as far as the history goes:
- ttaad4461m000 - Print Range of Audit Files
- ttaad4463m000 - Print Range of Audit Files (multi-line) - this one lets us choose which columns of the audited table to print
The above sessions are in BAAN IVc3 - may be different for your installation.
Last edited by shah_bs : 17th August 2012 at 18:51.