Sample AuditTimer Parameter File

Following is the sample AuditTimer parameter file (DATA/AUDITTIMER/SAMPLE/CONTROL).

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%             A Series DATABridge AuditTimer Parameter File            %
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%       Source:         DATA/AUDITTIMER/SAMPLE/CONTROL                 %
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%       Version:        6.1                                            %
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%      Copyright (C) 1998-2011 by Attachmate Corporation               %
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%       Each entry specifies how "old" the current audit file can be.   
%       If the current audit file is older than the given limit for the 
%       time of day, the AuditTimer program will force an audit switch. 
%       Also, if a syncpoint interval is specified, AuditTimer will     
%       ensure that at least one syncpoint occurs within that interval  
%       if any transactions were completed.                             
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%       Syntax for each entry:                                          
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%               day time interval [ SYNC interval ]                     
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%       where                                                           
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%       'day' is:                                                       
%            ---- SUN or SUNDAY ------------|                           
%              |- MON or MONDAY ----|                                   
%              |- TUE or TUESDAY ---|                                   
%              |- WED or WEDNESDAY -|                                   
%              |- THU or THURSDAY --|                                   
%              |- FRI or FRIDAY ----|                                   
%              |- SAT or SATURDAY --|                                   
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%       'time' is:                                                      
%            -- hh ------------------------|                            
%                    |- :mm -|   |- AM -|                               
%                                |- PM -|                               
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%       If you omit the AM/PM a 24-hour time is assumed.                
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%       'interval' is:                                                  
%            -- n --- MIN -----------------|                            
%                  |- MINUTES -|                                        
%                  |- HR ------|                                        
%                  |- HOURS ---|                                        
%                  |- SEC -----|                                        
%                  |- SECONDS -|                                        
%                  |- DAY  ----|                                        
%                  |- DAYS ----|                                        
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%       If you omit 'SYNC interval' AuditTimer will not force any       
%       syncpoints.                                                     
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% Some (not necessarily realistic) examples:                            
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%       TUESDAY   8 AM      50 MINUTES                                  
%       THURSDAY 12:00       2 HOURS    % noon                          
%       THURSDAY 5:00 PM    30 MINUTES                                  
%       THURSDAY 19:30      45 MIN      % 7:30 PM                       
%       SATURDAY 8:00 AM     1 DAY SYNC 30 MINUTES                      
%               Starting Saturday morning audit files can be a whole    
%               day old but force a syncpoint every half hour if any    
%               transactions are committed.                             
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        SUNDAY    1 AM          4 HOURS                                 
        MONDAY    9 AM          1 HOURS                                 
        MONDAY    5 PM          2 HOURS                                 
        TUESDAY   9 AM          1 HOURS                                 
        TUESDAY   5 PM          2 HOURS                                 
        WEDNESDAY 9 AM          1 HOURS                                 
        WEDNESDAY 5 PM          2 HOURS                                 
        THURSDAY  9 AM          1 HOURS                                 
        THURSDAY  5 PM          2 HOURS                                 
        FRIDAY    9 AM          1 HOURS                                 
        FRIDAY    5 PM          3 HOURS