By default all tables that are marked as audited in an application are actually audited at run time. There are, however, many reasons to suspend table auditing:
- Large ammounts of inserts, updates or deletes are performed and do not need to be audited
- The table is not relevant enough, in the installation, to be audited
The K2BAudit.WorkWithAuditTriggersMain web panel lets the application user suspend and resume table auditing.
Creates audit triggers for all tables that can be audited.
Removes all audit triggers that may have been created for any audited table.
Create audit triggers for all selected tables
Removes all audit triggers that may have been created for the selected tables
See K2BAudit.SynchAuditTriggers procedure