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Can I automate process of checking Sharepoint 2010 list values?

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Hi,

I have a list of links to Sharepoint 2010 lists. I need to check if certain column values were changed. Can I automate it somehow using InfoPath 2010 or something else? Cant use power shell ((. Have to do it manually.

Thanks in advance.
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You can turn on versioning and the history will tell you what changed.

You can also, use SP designer to notify you on changes to the list values.
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