A historic view of database records, by progressively building details from ActiveAuditorTM information, a magic window into the past.
ActiveAuditConstructor constructs history records for a selected database record by a process of applying changes in reverse progression. Thus, it presents you with an exact snapshot of a selected record as it existed over time, showing the progressive changes clearly marked. ActiveAuditConstructor generated information is derived from changes and can be an asset for analysis of data changes over time. Data stored in a relational database is static and depicts only the current state. Compare and contrast the product price changes, salary changes, airline reservations, promotions, or order status changes over the last few days/months/years, thus providing a basis for plotting historic information from derived data.
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- A database record is a reflection of the current state of information, the past is overwritten. ActiveAuditConstructor brings to the user historic data that can be extremely useful for analysis. Thus, ActiveAuditConstructor provides a means of peeping into the past from derived data.
- Historic data is presented to the user or can be sent to a spreadsheet such as EXCEL for analysis and for creating graphs or pie charts.
- Perform trend analysis at an individual record level from historic data.
- A WEB based format for viewing historic data via a standard browser.
- An application where all database updates are to be Audited and changes carefully reviewed over time.
- A window into the past, for information such as salaries, designations, orders, reservations, and others.
- Where a trend is to be established from updates to a database record.
- Enhances the field of data analysis by moving the frontiers of information availability into the past.
- When it is necessary to keep track of record updates and revert back to the old record values, if necessary.
Oracle, SQL Server, DB2
Operating System Compatibility:
Windows95/98/ME, WindowsNT/2000 client connecting to ANY Database on the corporate network.
Pentium 100 Mhz or higher, 10MB hard disk space, 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended).
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