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How we can check that which user has changed the particular module? Is there any log maintained?

Hi Lovish,

In Entity Espace_Version (from System) you have all the versions of the module with the Id of the User that did the upload (attribute Uploaded_By).

Remeber that the IT users are in a different tenant from the End-Users. Thus, you may have to use the entity UserMT (from System) or use the User entity with the Show Tenant Identifier property checked (you can change that in the Advanced properties of the entity) in order to access the users from the other tenant.

Cheers,

José

Hi Lovish,


With Lifetime you have more granularity in the activities done by one user:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/10/Managing_the_Applications_Lifecycle/Monitor_and_Troubleshoot/Monitor_Usage_with_Audit_Logs


With Service Center as José said you need to go directly to System entity tables (if you have direct access to the database), or enter in SeriviceCenter module detail, or filter by date:


Please let me know if you have access to the database, I can give you the query that returns what you need.


Hope it helps you.

Best regards.


Daniel Martins.

Daniel Martins wrote:

Hi Lovish,


With Lifetime you have more granularity in the activities done by one user:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/10/Managing_the_Applications_Lifecycle/Monitor_and_Troubleshoot/Monitor_Usage_with_Audit_Logs


With Service Center as José said you need to go directly to System entity tables (if you have direct access to the database), or enter in SeriviceCenter module detail, or filter by date:


Please let me know if you have access to the database, I can give you the query that returns what you need.


Hope it helps you.

Best regards.


Daniel Martins.

what is the url for lifetime? 

i tried "https://<env>/lifetime" but doesnt work


Lovish Goyal wrote:

Daniel Martins wrote:

Hi Lovish,


With Lifetime you have more granularity in the activities done by one user:

https://success.outsystems.com/Documentation/10/Managing_the_Applications_Lifecycle/Monitor_and_Troubleshoot/Monitor_Usage_with_Audit_Logs


With Service Center as José said you need to go directly to System entity tables (if you have direct access to the database), or enter in SeriviceCenter module detail, or filter by date:


Please let me know if you have access to the database, I can give you the query that returns what you need.


Hope it helps you.

Best regards.


Daniel Martins.

what is the url for lifetime? 

i tried "https://<env>/lifetime" but doesnt work


That it will depend if and where the lifetime was installed in your infrastructure:

http://www.outsystems.com/goto/lifetime-technote

However the url /lifetime would be enough to access it.