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how to display a QSECOFR log ?

I want to display a QSECOFR log on AS400
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What do you want to know about the QSECOFR?

Essentially, you need to create the auditing journal, turn auditing on (system values QAUDLVL and QAUDCTL), and define what QSECOFR activities/actions you want to log.

Then, you should decide what level of detail you want to show on your audit reports.
You may have to modify the auditing attributes of QSECOFR to get everything you want, and possibly of other system or application objects.

If you must know what qsecofr did this morning, but auditing is not turned on, then you have a problem.

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PLease give me procedure ? Thank
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If you are simply looking for the equivalent of, for example, the Windows event log that shows you general system activity you can use the DSPLOG command.  Type DSPLOG at the command prompt, press F4 and then fill in the date range that you would like to inspect.   Additionall, you can also use DSPMSG QSYSOPR to display general "System Operator" messages.