Deactivation of Auditing on Objects That Are Audited by Default
(Doc ID 1533580.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
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The BRM documentation indicates that the following objects are audited by default:
Besides the objects listed above, the following objects are also audited by default:
On a production system, the audit tables associated to these audited objects would grow quite quickly and a purge mechanism would have to be set up.
In a system where these audit tables are not used and Pipeline rating, re-rating, or backdated operations also not performed, there should be a mechanism in order not to have to worry about having to manage these audit tables.
Can the auditing on above objects be deactivated that are audited by default?
Since the BRM documentation is not helpful, please indicate in what extend the auditing can be deactivated on above objects that are audited by default.
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