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Subj:   Re: Diffrence between dbc.accesslog and dbc.logonoff
From:   Campbell, William

Regarding access logging, the following information appears in the 13.10 version of the Security Administration manual, Chapter 11: "Auditing Access Logs."


Each entry displays the results of a privilege check performed on a user request to access a database object. The privilege checks are based on the rules defined in BEGIN LOGGING statements.


Displays a history of all logon and logoff activity, listed by date, and shows the associated user, session number, and events such as logon failures.

Event data indicates why a logon was unsuccessful.

Dennis Campbell
Teradata Information Engineering

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