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Logging Who Logs In

How can I keep track of who logs into my ASE (15.0.2)?

Thanks,
  Steve
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University of Utah                      E-Mail:  steven.backus@utah.edu
Genetic Epidemiology                    Alternate:  backus@math.utah.edu
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Hello,

Enable auditing:
  http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/topic/com.sybase.help.ase_15.0.sag1/html/sag1/sag1831.htm

Thanks,
  Neal
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SybaseNeal
12/3/2008 4:22:46 PM
On Dec 3, 9:04=A0pm, bac...@episun7.med.utah.edu (Steven Backus) wrote:
> How can I keep track of who logs into my ASE (15.0.2)?
>

You can setup auditing to find out who logged in when. You can also
find out who did what !
here is the ASE manual link..

http://tinyurl.com/5be3oe

-HTH
Manish Negandhi
[TeamSybase]

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Manish
12/3/2008 4:24:31 PM
"Steven Backus" <backus@episun7.med.utah.edu> wrote in message 
news:gh6all$pga@episun7.med.utah.edu...
> How can I keep track of who logs into my ASE (15.0.2)?
>
> Thanks,
>  Steve
> -- 
> Steven J. Backus                        Computer Specialist
> University of Utah                      E-Mail:  steven.backus@utah.edu
> Genetic Epidemiology                    Alternate:  backus@math.utah.edu
> 391 Chipeta Way -- Suite D              Office:  801.587.9308
> Salt Lake City, UT 84108-1266           http://www.math.utah.edu/~backus

A quick technique is to configure "log audit logon failure" and "log audit 
logon success".  The information will be in the (misnamed) error log.  The 
obvious differences with auditing is (1) the SAs normally see the error log 
and the SSOs read the audit tables, and (2) auditing will also provide 
logout information. 


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Carl
12/4/2008 10:57:53 AM
"Carl Kayser" <kayser_c@bls.gov> wrote in message 
news:gh8d42$6j$1@blsnews.bls.gov...
>
> "Steven Backus" <backus@episun7.med.utah.edu> wrote in message 
> news:gh6all$pga@episun7.med.utah.edu...
>> How can I keep track of who logs into my ASE (15.0.2)?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>  Steve
>> -- 
>> Steven J. Backus                        Computer Specialist
>> University of Utah                      E-Mail:  steven.backus@utah.edu
>> Genetic Epidemiology                    Alternate:  backus@math.utah.edu
>> 391 Chipeta Way -- Suite D              Office:  801.587.9308
>> Salt Lake City, UT 84108-1266           http://www.math.utah.edu/~backus
>
> A quick technique is to configure "log audit logon failure" and "log audit 
> logon success".  The information will be in the (misnamed) error log.  The 
> obvious differences with auditing is (1) the SAs normally see the error 
> log and the SSOs read the audit tables, and (2) auditing will also provide 
> logout information.
>

Should have been "... (2) auditing can also provide ..."

Matching audit login/logout pairings has to be done with a little bit of 
care since abnormal terminations are not logged. 


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Carl
12/4/2008 12:27:41 PM
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