Audit (-A or -AUDIT)

Use the Audit adapter command (-AUDIT) to create a file that records the adapter activity for each specified input and output card. This adapter command can be specified for individual input and output cards on a card-by-card basis, or, optionally, as a global audit that encompasses all database activity for the entire map. This command can be used for a source or target, or in a DBLOOKUP, DBQUERY, GET, or PUT function. The default usage is to produce a file named audit.dbl in the directory in which the map is located. Optionally, you can append the audit information to an existing file or specify a name or full pathname for the file. For more information, refer to the Database Interface Designer documentation.

-AUDIT[G][+] [full_pathname]
Activate a global audit for the entire map by specifying this command for the first database card that will have database activity. This records all database activity for all sources, targets, and functions for all defined cards.
Append audit information to an existing file.
Specify the name of the audit file that can include the directory pathname.