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FireFighter Logs

I am new to firefighter security. Can some body ans my following questions

1.. What are the Tables in which those logs are present and what's the directory location of those logs

2. For how long logs are kept in the system before they are archived and remove from the system .What's the standard approach in the industry .



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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 08:09 PM


    If you have suser id you can view the following documents from service market place. which are more helpful.

    Firefighter" target="_blank">">Firefighter 4.0 / 5.1 for SAP – User Guide


    Firefighter Table Administration

    Assigning FirefightIDs to Owners

    Assigning FirefightIDs to Firefighters

    Assigning FirefightIDs to Controllers

    Creating FirefightID Passwords

    Firefighter Configuration Table

    Critical Transactions Table


    Uploading and Downloading Firefighter Data Tables

    Using Compliance CalibratorÂ’s Critical Transactions Table

    Downloading Firefighter Tables

    Uploading Firefighter Tables

    Downloading and Deleting the Log Report

    Uploading the Log Report

    If you have any problem regarding access or if you need the doucments I can send it you.



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      Basically logs and logs report are different.

      For example

      Log means actual data

      Log reports are how to view logs (logs)

      I hope I am clear with logs

      Regarding the Location I will update you exact information as of now I am not sure.



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