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Status Not under consideration
Workspace IBM i
Categories Security
Created by Guest
Created on Dec 18, 2019

SSO HTTP transactions do not write X0 journal entry to QAUDJRN

All SSO interfaces write a X0 journal entry to QAUDJRN when a Service Ticket arrives. This is not true for the HTTP interface, for example IBM i Navigator for i.

Use Case:

X0 transactions can be a great help for troubleshooting but also tell how many SSO service tickets come in from a specific interface/user.

Idea priority Medium
  • Guest
    Apr 23, 2020

    The service principal from the service ticket is put in the X0 audit entry. If krbsrv400 is in the ticket, then that is the service that was used. In this case the signon is likely going through the signon server, not the HTTP server, thus the krbsrv400 service is being used. The X0 auditing is working as designed.

  • Guest
    Feb 3, 2020

    Well maybe not. Access to does NOTt write the expected HTTP X0 entry but instead it writes the krbsvr400 X0 entry. If I then go into then a HTTP X0 DOES get written to QAUDJRN.

  • Guest
    Jan 9, 2020

    Please remove this request. HTTP SSO transactions DO WRITE to QAUDJRN.