Well the DBA's have back door access covered. If I logged into the database using pl/sql using like BSP oracle they would know it and track it. Then one of my managers would have to say it is okay. With SPLUNK they are looking for me to write a query and put it in splunk. Assuming I got this right - this query would pull across records like - last login attempt, invalid logins, anything a privilege's accounts changed on application setup or users. Things like that.
So I could turn on table logging for like baan users, I could write a session that would run and read the audit file and pull certain things into a table. But all of that is over kill in my mind for a 90% read only system - we still have 2 more years to process 2017, 2018 via Billable cost reports. Once that is done I have a feeling baan itself would disappear and all the records would move to a warehouse.
My latest mantra - make sure you have latest stpapi patches and the latest session object. If on LN then please explore the option of using DAL2 functionality.
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