Most of the projects I worked on with this requirement used the built in audit tracking functions of the database. Most DBA¹s didn¹t leave the requirement to the developers to enforce. That way everything is tracked in a consistent fashion across applications.
Dov Rosenberg On 12/19/08 11:57 AM, "Hugi Thordarson" <h...@karlmenn.is> wrote: > Well, for each off-topic post, I guess you must send at least one on-topic > post :-). > > So, I work on government databases, and a big part of our requirements > revolves around keeping track of changes. We need to know exactly how our > databases looked at some point in time, and we need to know who made what > modifications when. > > So I'm curious about how people are implementing transaction logging. Attached > is a (simplified version of a) class that demonstrates how I do this today - > you can plug it into your application by calling Spy.register(), for example > in yor application constructor (Oh - and you should probably change the > createAndInsertTransactionForEO() method to use something other than that EO > class called "Transaction" ;-). > > Does anyone have any transaction logging stories, examples or code to share? > What is the best way to do this? > > Cheers, > - Hugi > > > _______________________________________________ > Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. > Webobjects-dev mailing list (Webobjectsfirstname.lastname@example.org) > Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: > http://lists.apple.com/mailman/options/webobjects-dev/drosenberg%40inquira.com > > This email sent to drosenb...@inquira.com
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