Two basic types of audit controls are supported by the DOT v3 Environment. The first, Transaction Audit Controls, produces a series of reports allowing the user to track transaction activity back to the original source document. For General Ledger data, this series of reports includes the original Source Journal, the End-of-Day Report, and the General Ledger Audit Report by Source. This detail may be summarized before it is posted to the General Ledger by optionally setting the summarization flag for any or all individual accounts.
Another type of audit control supported by the DOT v3 Environment shows the history of Maintenance Changes. This option is activated/deactivated by the system manager for selected data tables. While activated, all Maintenance Changes to the selected data table are logged including who made the change, when the change was made, and what specific data items were changed. Each log entry contains both the new and old values for the data items changed.