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Posted Apr 30, 2007

PostgreSQL table audit

By Staff

[From Lorenzo Alberton]

This tutorial discusses how to log the changes to a table that you want to monitor into an audit table, with the following information:

  • the timestamp of the event
  • the user who caused the event
  • the table and field names
  • the name and value of the PK of the affected record
  • the event type
  • the old and new values of the field

The article includes the full code, with the necessary triggers and functions.

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