Track users when using app accounts.

Track users when using app accounts.

Post by P Lanvi » Sat, 26 Aug 2000 04:00:00


I have a system where a multitude of users exists, sometimes some of
uses application accounts such as the oracle account. Is there a nifty
way to track
what each user is doing (a simple .history file would be fine, nothing
when using a application account?




1. accounting/billing/time tracking app

I'm aware that a couple of consulting companies in my city are presently
working independently on new time tracking apps, with the aim of getting
their staff to input time remotely, via the Web.

What sort of open source accounting/billing/time tracking apps are
out there?

I've taken a quick look at BANAL.  Would that be the best target to try
focusing these companies' efforts on?

- Iain

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