Every event in NPKD is logged in the Audit Log table in the database with information about the event type and status, administrator performing the event, and when the event was performed and so on.
To list all logged events, click Audit Logs on the main menu.
Note that the Audit Log page displays the audit log entries and not allows configuring the audit log.
Audit Log Access
The super administrator and the Auditor can see all audit log events. Other types of administrators can only see audit logs for events triggered by them and the PKD Scheduler
Audit Log Filters
- Start Index: 1 is the latest log entry.
- Max Count: The maximum number of log entries to be retrieved from the database.
- Time Stamp: Audit logs can be retrieved for events that have been logged within a specific period of time. The time can be specified with From and To fields.
- If From is disabled, audit logs from the time of installation until the time specified in To will be retrieved
- If To is disabled, audit logs from the time specified in From until now will be retrieved
- If both From and To are disabled, all log will be retrieved regardless of their timestamps (The default setting)
- Access Control Filter: The "ACCESS_CONTROL" event type can appear a lot because it is the type of event that gets triggered every time and authorization check is performed. This filter is used to include or exclude displaying events in regard to them being ACCESS_CONTROL events. Per default, this filter is disabled.
Audit Log Result Table
- Seq. Id: The event's sequence number. Clicking on this number will display a widow with detailed data about this event
- Time Stamp: The time when the event has been logged.
- Auth. Token: The SubjectDN of the administrator that performed the event. The result table can be filtered by this value.
- Event Type: The type of the logged event. The result table can be filtered by this value.
- Event Status: The status of the event. The result table can be filtered by this value.
- Detail 1, Detail 2, Detail 3: Additional details that can be interesting
Audit Log Entry Details
When clicking on an event's sequence number in the result table, a pop-up window containing the events details is displayed, looking something like the picture bellow.