All actions that a user performs are stored in a log file on the CDP™ server. These are listed as entries in the Log Information Browser.
The log entries provide information on changes to the CDP™ data model, which may be mostly useful for a CDP™ Database administrator to trace changes to the model, and not necessarily for CDP™ end-users such as domain engineers. The Log view provides read-only information.
The entries in the Log Information Browser are given with the following columns:
The level of the log entry (see below for the levels)
Brief description of the performed action
The log entry time stamp
The name of the CDP™ process that triggered the log entry
The Log Information Browser can be filtered to show information from a minimum level and higher, giving the possibility to leave out specific level entries. This is done by selecting or deselecting the icons for the different levels:
Other possible actions are clearing the log entries using the Clear Log Panel icon, and saving the entries using the Export Log to a file icon.
Last modified 4 years ago.