Enables auditing and specifies which events to audit.
sa_enable_auditing_type( 'types ' )
types Use this VARCHAR(128) parameter to specify a comma-delimited string containing one or more of the following values:
all enables all types of auditing.
connect enables auditing of both successful and failed connection attempts.
connectFailed enables auditing of failed connection attempts.
DDL enables auditing of DDL statements.
options enables auditing of public options.
permission enables auditing of permission checks, user checks, and SETUSER statements.
permissionDenied enables auditing of failed permission and user checks.
triggers enables auditing after a trigger event.
sa_enable_auditing_type works in conjunction with the PUBLIC.auditing option to enable auditing of specific types of information.
If you set the PUBLIC.auditing option to On, and do not specify which type of information to audit, the default setting (all) takes effect. In this case, all types of auditing information are recorded.
If you set the PUBLIC.auditing option to On, and disable all types of auditing using sa_disable_auditing_type, no auditing information is recorded. To re-establish auditing, you must use sa_enable_auditing_type to specify which type of information you want to audit.
If you set the PUBLIC.auditing option to Off, then no auditing information is recorded, regardless of the sa_enable_auditing_type setting.
DBA authority required
To enable only option auditing:
CALL sa_enable_auditing_type( 'options' );
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