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E1: SEC: Security Kernel Inserts Records In Security History (F9312) Having The Same Event Type As Sign-On And Sign-Off Events (Doc ID 2400448.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 10, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In F9312 Sign-On events are inserted having SHEVTYP (EventType) equal to 01.
Also, the periodic security token checks performed by the Security Kernel when either the user is idle or active in WebClient are inserted having the same value for Event Type.
This behavior is inserting unnecessary records which may mislead the person checking Sign-On and Sign-Off events and they are mixed with the security token checks events.

Also the space occupied by F9312 may increase and no maintenance may be performed to clear the security token check events from Security History.

The security token check events should have a different ID. Having a different event type ID, R9312 may be ran with specific data selection to clear Security History table (F9312) and keep low the number of the records in the table.




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