This post as been added as part of the series on creating a simple audit for Microsoft Dynamics GP, but wsn;t part of the original series.
I recently used the simple audit to add an audit to the Sales Customer Item Cross Reference (SOP60300) table to allow a client to keep an audit of changes to customer items. They wanted to keep track of all changes so this means three triggers are required on:
These triggers will record all customer items which are added, amended or removed. The Customer Items window contains a few fields, but the only ones with sensitive dta which needs to be audited are:
- Customer Item Number
- Customer Item Description
The first trigger creates the trigger which runs when data is inserted:
Created by Ian Grieve of azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant (http://www.azurecurve.co.uk) This code is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Int). */ CREATE TRIGGER utr_AZRCRV_SOP60300_AuditUpdate ON SOP60300 AFTER UPDATE AS INSERT INTO ut_AZRCRV_Audit SELECT 'Sales Customer Item Cross Reference' ,CAST(RTRIM(d.ITEMNMBR) AS VARCHAR(30)) + '|' + CAST(RTRIM(d.CUSTNMBR) AS VARCHAR(15)) ,'Update' ,SYSTEM_USER ,GETDATE() ,'Customer Item Number = ' + CAST(RTRIM(d.CUSTITEMNMBR) AS VARCHAR(30)) + ' | ' + 'Customer Item Description = ' + CAST(RTRIM(d.CUSTITEMDESC) AS VARCHAR(30)) ,'Customer Item Number = ' + CAST(RTRIM(i.CUSTITEMNMBR) AS VARCHAR(30)) + ' | ' + 'Customer Item Description = ' + CAST(RTRIM(i.CUSTITEMDESC) AS VARCHAR(30)) FROM deleted AS d LEFT JOIN inserted AS i ON i.ITEMNMBR = d.ITEMNMBR AND i.CUSTNMBR = d.CUSTNMBR GO