The filters you define are saved in the audit profile. If you activate the profile and restart the application server, actions that match any of the active filter events are then recorded in the security audit log. Before you can set Static Filters, you must first set the following profile parameters:
Dynamic filters enable you to respond to real-time events in your system environment, setting traps that can assist you in addressing a security problem. With this option, you can dynamically change the filters used for selecting events to audit. The system distributes these changes to all active application servers.
The audit filters are dynamically created on all active application servers. If you activate the profile(s), any actions that match any of these filters are recorded in the security audit log. Changes to the filter definitions are effective immediately and exist until the application server is shut down. Before you can set dynamic filters, you must first set the following profile parameters:
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