Using this feature of the Enhanced Controls module, you can configure your system to maintain audit trails. Audit-trail records are created and stored in an audit database. They contain facts about changes made in the primary database. A typical audit record includes information that helps you identify who made a change, when the change was made, and what the change was. You can set up these functions for all primary database tables or you can limit the audit trail recording activity to specific database tables.
Note: Currently only changes to tables in the qaddb database can be tracked.
The auditing system maintains audit information based on an audit profile. An audit profile is a definition associated with a specific database table that indicates whether audit functionality is turned on and contains a list of the system and user-defined delete event keys. These key fields are used to create search criteria that enable the audit trail reports to find audit information for deleted records.