To test audit management after installation

To test audit management after installation of ERP LN 6.1:

  1. Start the User Data (ttaad2500m000) session.
  2. Double-click your user (bsp or Baan) and take the following steps:
    • Change the Company to 090.
    • Change the Startup Menu to tccom00000000.
    • Change the Development Parameters template to "Default".
    • Convert the changes to runtime.
  3. Restart Worktop (F2).
  4. Start the Audit Trail Security (ttaud3137m000) session and insert a new record: for all packages, all modules, all tables, all companies, printing allowed, cleaning allowed, maintaining allowed.
  5. Start the Audit Profiles (ttaud3110m000) session.
  6. Create a new record: tc test with field “all companies” Yes, “Active” Yes. Select the new record and on the appropriate menu, click Table Settings by Profile. The Audit Tables by Profile (ttaud3120m000) session starts.
  7. Insert the table tc mcs 045 (Areas) and set the Audit Type to “Changed” and set “Active” to “Yes”.
  8. Close the Audit Tables by Profile (ttaud3120m000) session.
  9. On the appropriate menu in the Audit Profiles (ttaud3110m000) session, click Create Runtime Audit Definitions. The Create Runtime Audit Definitions (ttaud3200s000) session starts.
  10. Select the Audit Profiles check box and click Create. The ${BSE}/lib/audit_cols file is updated.
  11. Reopen the Worktop document and start the menubrowser with user root (or for Windows platforms, user baan).
  12. Start the Audit Authorizations (ttaad4562m000) session and supply user bsp all authorizations.
  13. Reopen the Worktop document as user bsp and start your test session Areas (tcmcs0145m000) to be audited.
  14. Run an insert-, update- and delete action.
  15. Start the Print Range of Audit Files (ttaad4461m000) session and print the audited actions. You must enter the following selection: table tc mcs045; company 090.
  16. Check the logfiles in ${BSE}/log.