Viewing Audit Logs¶
View audit logs for a record of changes made through SAP mobile service cockpit.
In SAP mobile service cockpit, select Analytics > Auditing.
(Optional) To narrow the focus of audit logs retrieved from the server, select filters such as Application ID, Feature Name, User Name, Change Summary, and Time Frame (either a predefined time frame, or a custom time frame using the calendar date-picker to define a range); and select Go. Select Reset Filter to clear your filter entries.
The search results appear under Audit Logs (xxx), and are based on your search criteria. The search results count is shown in parentheses.
Audit Log Columns
Column Description Time (UTC+0000) The time the change took place, in the format
User Name The user who made the change. Application ID The application that was changed. Feature Name The feature name, such as Mobile Cockpit, Mobile Card Kit, or Mobile Push Notification. Change Summary A brief summary of the change made to a service or application, for example, "Service", "Application('com.sap.created.app333')", or "updated existing card type".
You can apply additional filters to further reduce the search results, such as User Name and Change Summary (you can enter a partial string for the search).
If the filters apply, search results are refreshed and the search results count is reduced.
(Optional) To download a text version of the change log file to the
Downloadsdirectory, select one or more rows, and click the Download icon. You can select Download All to download all of the change logs in the list from the server, or Download Selected to only download those that you have selected. The Download icon is grayed-out if no change logs appear in the list. You can save the downloaded file.
Select a change record to see its details. Under Audit Log Details, the summary information is provided.
Under Revision History you can see the attribute that changed, the old value, and the new value.
Revision History Properties
Property Description Attribute The service or application attribute that changed, for example,
Old Value The last old value. If this is blank, this means a new value was added. New Value The new value that was added or made, for example, push. If this is blank, this means the old value was deleted.