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WA-100029 causing undesired data in the audit trail - make it configurable/tunable
Support ticket TS008699033.
We installed 9.5 FP5 and noticed that our audit trail in the database began to expand rapidly. Ultimately it was noted that WA-100029 had added an unconditional audit of all GET operations, but the release notes did not call out what the impact of that particular change would be.
Our business use does not require that we audit this information. However, we have a process that runs frequently to extract the information via "composer create" and format it for development teams for easy access & review, and it appears that process generated at least 75% of the new audit log entries.
We would like to see the audit trail tunable at a more granular level. Ideally we would like to be able to turn off the auditing of GET operations entirely as for our environment they serve no useful purpose.
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