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Capture the information you need. Get a program overview or audit for specific information. Run for: source statements, comments, variable contents, compile listing statement sequence numbers, source statement change IDs, statement change dates or time of execution.
OR: Audit labels, File I/O, external references, branches and conditional operations. Audit individual variables (e.g., customer number). Audit arithmetic operations. Engage a test audit and let the program run until the bug occurs. Audit the time of execution along with source statements. Audit conditional statements to validate reliable operation in ‘fence conditions’.
Start, stop, or restart an audit based on the value of a variable or the relative values of multiple variable. Audit statements with a particular chance date or ID.
RTPA allows you to run the auditing functions you need. Auditing impact on the processor is minimal (as little as 20% of the total CPU time for the job). For large programs or if there is a compiler source-size limitation, you can run only what you need.
What RTPA Will do for You