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4 Common Designs of Audit Trail — Tracking Data Changes in Databases

Logging is essential for a system

Tracking Data Changes in Databases

Databases are fundamental infrastructure for software. And the audit trail, or logging, is one of the essential jobs a database needs to do.

This article will introduce 4 common ways to record data changes in databases. They are based on MySQL, but the ideas can apply…

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