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View Usage Log

Description

 

The shared session log offers a robust log solution. Through it, it's possible to monitor an opened session for all users that are using an Advanced data sources. The log is available for specific sessions in the context menu View-Logs, in the session properties (Log tab page), and in the dashboard.

 

Settings

 

The log contains all the CRUD (add, edit and delete) operations, passwords being viewed, credentials being used by other sessions, etc...

 

View - Log - Usage Log

View - Log - Usage Log

 

You can use the View Logs to find information for multiple sessions for a specific time or for a specific user. The window is similar to a search window and offers multiple filter types, including:

 

Time period

User name

Machine name

Message

Group/Folder

Open or Close comments

 

Here is a list of the columns found in your Usage Log.

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Group

The Group/Folder where your entry is situated.

Connection

The connection being used to open your entry.

Message

Indicate the action that was done on your entry or session.

On Open Comment

The Open Comment is defined in the Log tab of your session, to learn more please see Logs Options.

On Close Comment

The Close Comment is defined in the Log tab of your session, to learn more please see Logs Options.

Log Date

Indicate the date and time your session was opened or your entry was edited.

End Date/Time

Indicate the date and time when the session or entry was closed.

Active Time

Only available for sessions in embedded mode. It will record your session active time, meaning the time your session was opened in embedded mode and you were active in your session. If your session is opened but your view is on your Dashboard tab and not on your session tab, no Active Time will be recorded. (Please see Note 1)

Duration

Only available for sessions in embedded mode. When sessions are opened in embedded mode the Duration time will be recorded, meaning that even if your view is on your Dashboard and you are not actively working in your session but your session tab is opened, Duration will record how long it was opened for. (Please see Note 1)

User

Indicate the Windows user name and domain.

Database user name

Indicate the database user name.

Connection user

Indicate the Connection user.

Machine

Indicate the machine name.

Connection Type

Indicate the connection type that was used.