AM 7.3.0

Upgrade JDBC audit event handlers

If you had configured one or more JDBC audit event handlers, make the following changes to the audit tables' schema:

  1. Run the following command on Oracle databases that support AM audit event handlers:

    ALTER TABLE am_auditaccess ADD (response_detail CLOB NULL);

    This command adds the response_detail column to the am_auditaccess table.

  2. Run the following commands on MySQL databases that support AM audit event handlers:

    ALTER TABLE audit.am_auditconfig CHANGE COLUMN configobjectid objectid VARCHAR(255);
    ALTER TABLE audit.am_auditaccess ADD COLUMN response_detail TEXT NULL;

    The commands change the name of the configobjectid column in the am_auditconfig table to objectid and add the response_detail column to the am_auditaccess table.

  3. If you use databases other than Oracle or MySQL to support AM audit event handlers, review their schema.

    If the am_auditconfig table has a column named configobjectid, change that column’s name to objectid.

    If the am_auditaccess table does not have a column named response_detail, add that column to the table’s schema.

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