Audit trail modified GDPR-related objects

  • 6 March 2023
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In order to be able to answer all related questions regarding GDPR, we are designing a TX solution that allows us to track all tables/columns that contains sensitive information. Most importantly, we make use of tags so we can track the columns throughout the DWH.

An additional question we got is if it is possible to keep track of changes in the TimeXtender projects. In other words, who added which column (with sensitive data) to the project and when? What is the best way to keep track of these things and is there a solution in TimeXtender available that we can use to provide this information? Probably we should use the data in the TX Repository, we were curious if you have had this question before.


Best answer by Syed Yousuf 6 March 2023, 22:40

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1. You may generate documentation for an instance (in a specific version)

To generate documentation for an individual data area within a data warehouse instance, right-click on the data area in the Solution Explorer or on data area name once it is open and select Documentation.

2. If you are using TimeXtender v20 version, also explore this guide:

SQL script to explore version history at object level, to compare two projects or versions


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Hi Syed, your second option is actually what we were looking for! Thanks for that :)