The r11.0 release of CA WA Restart Option allows users the capability to perform auditing.
The online interfaces and certain batch jobs include a built in audit for all changes made.
In order to use the audit feature of CA 11, auditing has to be turned on in the config file. The parameters required are specified below.
The AUDITSUP parm in the configuration files is used to determine whether Auditing support will be available. The following values can be specified for the AUPDITSUP parm:
Performs audits of user modifications to CA WA Restart Option data. Auditing is suspended (ignored) if the database area containing the audit information fills or is full. YES is the default.
Performs no audits of user modifications to CA WA Restart Option data.
Performs audits of user modifications to CA WA Restart Option data and requires auditing. The CA WA Restart Option database is suspended if the database area containing the audit information fills or is full. Use caution when specifying this option.
If Auditing is suspended due to the database full condition, the RESUME AUDIT command should be used to resume auditing. This command format is as follows:
following message will occur:
U11D-0471-3 AUDITING HAS BEEN RESUMED
The AUDITAGE parm in the configuration file can be used to control how long to retain an audit record before it is deleted. The default for this parm is 30.
If your site previously allocated a small JEHF because it was not in use, it is now recommended that you make the JEHF larger if you desire to use the auditing feature.
As always, please contact CA Technologies support for CA Workload Automation Restart Option for z/OS Schedulers if you have further questions.