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Auditing on Flash/Excel Objects

Hi - am trying to build report out of Activity universe to check actions performed on Flash objects. I have a Flash file uploaded on one of the folders in Infoview.

The Actions captured in audit database for this object is 'Object Created','Object Deleted' and 'Object Modified'. I would like to know how to caputre the 'Object viewed' action in the database? This is a requirement to audit how many users are viewing my flash file everyday?

The version of Business Objects is XI 3.1

Thanks

Ayesha.

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2010 at 06:55 PM

    Hi,

    If your xcelsius file is using QAAWS it will refresh a web intelligence file from the application folder. You can then monitor this one to get a list of who did access the flash/pdf file.

    The easiest way is to have a small webi refreshed on open in the xcelsius dashboard

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2010 at 09:00 PM

    Hi,

    The refresh event is typically at the Processing servers. For e.g. In webi. processing server there is an option called " Document Refreshed".

    Now that being said.. you raise a good question. I am not sure which processing server is responsible for swf files. Is it APS? - I couldn't see any events for them.

    May be some of the Gurus could help.

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