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Using the Audit feature we want to be able to log any type of configuration change. What was the change, at what time and with what userid. Currently the only filter that allows that is “RESOURCE_ACCESS:SUCCESS ”, the problem is that it logs everything, every click on the was console generates an entry in the audit log, even those action that do not represent a configuration change, making the audit log unsuable. We would like to have an additional filter like “RESOURCE_CHANGED:SUCCESS ”. We have experimented with the checkpoint functionality and the filter ADMIN_REPOSITORY_SAVE as indicated at : https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSAW57_8.5.5/com.ibm.websphere.nd.doc/ae/twve_xdappedcfg.html , but it will only log that the repository was changed and not what was changed. As per our test, the server.xml appeared as “delta” on the checkpoint but not what exacly was changed and by whom.
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