SAS: Auditing data access: who did what and when?

SAS Administrators are frequently asked to log and report on which users are accessing SAS tables. This functionality is often requested by companies who, for regulatory compliance, need to track who is accessing data.  In my next couple of blogs I will show how you can audit data access. In this first blog we will look at logging which users have accessed SAS tables.

The obvious first step in this process is to capture the relevant information. In the simplest case we would want to record

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