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Events

Select which event types should be logged, and wether logged events can save personal data.

Log user activity

These are general events and event groups that log user activity. If a event group is not enabled, none of the events is logged, even if the event is activated (see below).

Settings Explanation Event types
Log search requests Records user search request. SEARCH
Log detail view Records the calls for detail views. DETAIL_VIEW
Log file uploads Records the upload of an asset by a user. UPLOAD_ASSET
Log export events Records creating, updating, finishing of exports. EXPORT_ASSET, EXPORT_FINISH, EXPORT_INSERT, EXPORT_OBJECT, EXPORT_START, EXPORT_STOPPED, EXPORT_UPDATE
Log export downloads Records the download of an export by a user. DOWNLOAD_EXPORT
Log export file downloads Records the download of a file from an export by a user. ASSET_DOWNLOAD, ASSET_EXPORT_DOWNLOAD, ASSET_EXPORT_TRANSPORT_DOWNLOAD, ASSET_EXPORT_TRANSPORT_COPY, ASSET_EXPORT_TRANSPORT_COPY_SCHEDULED
Log login/logout Records a user’s login and logout events. USER_LOGIN, USER_LOGOUT
Log webfrontend problems Records frontend problems while using easydb. FRONTEND_ERROR

Log personal data

For any of the following event groups you can set if user specific data is included in the event details (Log personal data).

An event is not logged if it is part of any of the user activity groups (see above) and the group is not enabled.

If saving of personal data is disabled for an event, the Session ID and the User ID is removed from the event before it is saved, as well as specific user data from the optional JSON object with additional information.

Enable or disable the logging of personal data for the events SEARCH and DETAIL_VIEW.

Export and Download Events

Enable or disable the logging of personal data for the group of the following events:

API-Call

Event type: API_CALL

Settings Explanation
enabled Options to choose for logs in easydb: “none”, “only write operations”, “all”
log the following calls Specification of calls, which are supposed to be logged.

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