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  1. #1
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    May 2015

    Unhappy Unanswered: Delete table's data

    In my company database, We have a table which a lot of data is deleted by someone. My boss asked me, please find out who did. I have already using db2diag command to check the log file but I cannot find out this information. So, please help me. How can I do this to find out who deleted these data?
    P/s: Sorry because I'm not good at english

  2. #2
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    Apr 2006
    Provided Answers: 11
    db2diag will not reflect this info
    if you don't have audit or other monitor activated, this can not be found
    maybe the statement is still in statement cache and can give some info :
    db2 get snaphot for dynamic sql on dbname
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  3. #3
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    Dec 2007
    Richmond, VA
    Provided Answers: 5
    you could use a trigger to catch the culprit.

    create trigger after delete insert his_name into caught_you

  4. #4
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    Jul 2013
    Moscow, Russia
    Provided Answers: 55
    DB2 Recovery Expert can do log analysis to reveal AUTHID which did the operation.
    But there are some prerequisites for this.
    1. Your database has to be enabled for archive logging.
    2. Your table has DATA CAPTURE CHANGES attribute set to YES
    depending on your DB2 version you have to set
    (9.7) DB2_LOGGING_DETAIL registry variable to AUTHID (or APPLIINFO)
    (10.1 and newer) LOG_APPL_INFO database parameter to YES

    If these prerequisites are not met you have no ability to pull this info from db2 logs...

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