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Queries related to Auditing

Hi All,

We have BO XI 3.1 sp2 FP 2.6 installed on our windows environment enabled for auditing.

After looking at the default auditing reports and the Activity universe, I still could not find answers for these queries:

1.We use u2018Schedule foru2019 option to run webi reports on behalf of some end user(SAP BW users). Report gets failed quite a few times for some users due to one or other error. I need an audit report showing details like u2018for which user it failedu2019 and u2018cause of failureu2019 etc. But, I could not find any such fields in u2018activityu2019 universe that could pull such info from audit database. Moreover if I take u2018user nameu2019 in my report it merely shows the scheduler name who had actually scheduled report on behalf of other users. As exporting scheduling statistics from instance manager is not possible so having such audit report would be a great help.

2.Another audit report that we want to create is related to scheduled instances. Is there a way we can show who actually viewed the instance created by a successful job.

3.It seems that s auditing is not supported by Xcelsius dashboards ,can usage of such dashboards be tracked by any other means.

Thanks in advance.


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    Posted on Jan 05, 2011 at 01:25 PM

    You can find a lof of information in the BOE XI 3.1 admin guide (chapter 14) around auditing. It will also describe the default audit reports and provide details on the structure and available objects of the audit universe.

    Regarding Xcelsius: You need SP3 to get auditable services for Xcelsius (only for QaaWS based dashboards). You can find more info in the What's new document of the SP3 release.

    Hope this helps...

    Martijn van Foeken

    Focuzz BI Services

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