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How can I track all changes made to names.nsf?

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I need to track changes in the event I need to prove that another admin made changes but tries to blame it on me.  [I suppose the person in question could come up with a story that I stole his id file and password to make changes; at any rate, I'd like to track changes to names.nsf]

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First, I don't understand how can someone steal your password?

There's no mean of tracking "who, what and when" changed some value, built in Domino.
It's not all gone, Michael Woehrer comes to rescue, but to implement this feature you'll have to alter the database design.

Here's the link to his excellent, fully customizable History class that handles all modifications on documents and stores it structured in a few fields (preferably on subform on hidden table tab):

http://www.openntf.org/Projects/codebin/codebin.nsf/CodeBySubType/71E930683C3401A3C1256F2F00611BAA

Hope this helps,
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Thank you. That will work.
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