CafeX > User Profile > Tenant Settings > Management > Auditing

  1. Follow the above-mentioned workflow to land on the Audit events screen.

  2. Here, the search for audit events can be carried out based on a number of parameters.

  3. Select the service for which you want to view the audit events using the Service dropdown. By default, this dropdown is set to All Services. 

Figure 1 Service Dropdown

  1. However, the available options in this dropdown include Tenant, Partner, Workspace, User, Entry, Auth, Custom View, and Rules Engine.

Figure 2 Service Dropdown

Note: The options displayed in this dropdown can be configured from system settings. However, only a user with Admin level access rights can access the system settings.

  1. Moving on, you can select the type of audit event for which you want to view the audit log using the Type dropdown. Clicking in this field reveals the options in the dropdown that include API key created, API key deleted, Tenant created, Tenant settings changed, and Partnership created.

Figure 3 Type Dropdown

  1. Next up are a couple of date selectors that you can use to define a date range in which you want to view the audit events.

  2. Clicking a date selector reveals a calendar and a clock from where you can set the date as well as the time.

Figure 4 Date Range

  1. Use the Workspace field to narrow down your search on the basis of a specific workspace. This displays the audit events for a certain workspace.

Figure 5 Workspace Field

  1. Similarly, if you want to narrow down the search results on the basis of a user, use the User field to type in the name of the required user.

Figure 6 User Field

  1. Working on similar lines, you can refine the search results on the basis of specific text using the Search Text field.

Figure 7 Search Text Field

  1. Once all the search parameters are defined, click the button. Doing so populates the audit events based on the defined criteria.

Figure 8 Search Button

  1. The search results are tabulated in the grid that appears below the search parameters. Data is tabulated via a number of columns that include TimestampServiceTypeActionMessage, and Performed By.

Figure 9 Audit Events