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Tracking your workgroup usage & events
Audit logs are provided to you as a means to track key events and user usage generated within your workgroup in the Ardexa Web App . Example events captured include by whom and when; a file is sent to your device, or a device was moved to another workgroup, when a user logged-in, or when a device was renamed.
NOTE: Records captured in the
audit_logstable are kept indefinitely.
Access to view this data is dependent on your workgroup and your role within that workgroup:
- User role(s) of type:
ownerare able view the
audit_logstable to conduct searches
- Anyone with the
read audit logspermission.
All other role types do not have access to this data.
[SEARCHES]tab, select the
audit_logstable to begin building your search against this data.
There are a number of fields associated with the audit trail, as discussed in the sections below. This image shows the common user actions that are logged, and how to search for them in the audit traill. The "action", "controller", "attribute", "new value" and "old value" refer to the fields in the audit trial. Please be aware that all the actions below have the "user_id" field populated by the user that made the change. Also, the "status" field will indicate the success or failure of the command.
The audit_logs table works like any other search. You can build filters and show the columns relevant to your needs. To understand how you might go about reading this data, provided here, are the most important fields and their description:
audit_logtable is among a number of system tables that can never be deleted.
Any attempt to delete a table or an index, the
audit_logtable itself included, whether it succeeds or fails, is recorded as an entry in the audit_log table. This can be viewed through your searches on the
A suggested search to easily read the audit data (best viewed on a large monitor)