Reporting Update, Delete and Insert Transactions in Certain Tables as SQL Scripts.

Hi Experts,

I need a Log table in which update, delete and insert transactions in certain  tables
will be  written as SQL scripts.     So, the dml  SQl commands which applied  in these tables  will be reported.   How can I do that ?

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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
Have you looked at auditing and log miner?

If you want to write it yourself I thing you will need triggers.
orcun_turkecAuthor Commented:
I haven' t looked at auditing  or log-miner  Slightwv.
Could you send me   some links or  info about auditing  ?  
orcun_turkecAuthor Commented:
And If I try to make it with triggers, how will the SQLs that make the dml changes  be  formed ?
I think I must use this way because I don' t have the sys user of the database.
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
On mobile and cannot find the links.  The online docs have all the info if you search the docs.

With triggers you just build the DML with the 'when updating', 'when inserting' and when deleting' clauses with the :old and :new column values based on what you want to do.

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orcun_turkecAuthor Commented:
Thank you
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