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Can you do a search on newly created Authors (Locations in Trim ) and seer which user created them ?

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Can you do a search on newly created Authors (Locations in Trim ) and seer which user created them ?

Using Trim 6.2.5.1335 and want to be able to search for who created a Location in Trim . Is this possible ?

 

 

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Re: Can you do a search on newly created Authors (Locations in Trim ) and seer which user created th

Only way is to parse the audit logs to see who created a location.


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Re: Can you do a search on newly created Authors (Locations in Trim ) and seer which user created th

How would one parse the audit Log ?

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Re: Can you do a search on newly created Authors (Locations in Trim ) and seer which user created th

 Assuming you have auditing properly configured, in the Audit log there will be an entry for the new user Location. Just search for it and there is a column "UserName" identifying who created the location.

 

Be mindful that TRIM will create new locations of type "Unknown" if an eMail is checked-in and there is not an existing location with the same eMail address.

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Re: Can you do a search on newly created Authors (Locations in Trim ) and seer which user created th

Where is the audit log located to search ?
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Re: Can you do a search on newly created Authors (Locations in Trim ) and seer which user created th

On your event server (or redirected) in this folder:

 

%trimappdata%\trim\%dbid%\auditlogs

 

 

Note this it the server-side log of activity in the system.  You should not directly access or change it.  Copy out the file for review.  If you must go to court to prove that someone didn't do something in the system (like your administrator didn't delete that really sensitive email) you need to also provide your policy/access history to these files.

 

Cheers,

Erik

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