Audit Log

The Audit Logs lists changes that have been made to Master Data Configuration, including changes to frozen companies. The log records changes in application data (including previous and new values), the user who made the change, and when it was done. Note that due to how the data is stored, there may be multiple line entries logged for the same action.

Warning: By default, the Audit Log records manual changes, and does not record changes or new objects that have been uploaded via Excel, nor does it record changes due to an SAP sync. For information about the user that triggered these tasks and when it was done, refer to the Service Log. Note that the logging of changes in Master Data Configuration due to Excel upload can be enabled on the Audit Log Settings page, however there will be an impact on application performance.

Note that the audit log can be exported to an Excel file. By default, Excel exports are limited to 5000 items.

Warning: Any single Excel upload that generates more entries than the overload limit will not be recorded in the Audit Log. Therefore, importing a large Excel file to Master Data Configuration (where one configuration table entry update may result in multiple log entries) may cause the changes from the Excel import to be skipped in the audit log. In this case, the application logs a warning indicating that the action was skipped in the CDS log.

Note: Audit logs are disabled by default, but can be enabled on the Audit Log Settings page.

To view the Master data audit log:

  1. If the Audit Log feature is disabled:
    1. Click Application Menu > Settings > Audit Log Settings.
    2. Enable the switch "Enable Audit Log for Master Data Config".
    3. Click Save.
  2. Click Application Menu > Master Data Configuration > Audit Log.
  3. Click on an audit log entry to view more details.

    Note: The log details may contain entries for certain database fields that are not available in the application UI. These entries can be simply ignored.

  4. If required, click to export the audit log into a file.
    1. When the download is complete, an alert appears in the Notification Center . Click the alert to open the file.
    2. If required, use Save As to re-save the file as an Excel file (instead of the generated html file).

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