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Auditing III: How to enable auditing for Crystal Reports and WEBI viewing

Posted by Hemanta Banerjee on November 4, 2010


A couple of weeks back I had written an article on enabling auditing in BOE. The same functionality is available in Crystal Reports server as well. However I had missed out what activities can be audited. So writing this post to complete my previous posting. Below are the most of the common scenarios that the administrators want to audit.

Crystal Reports Cache Server: Viewing of Crystal reports is audited by Crystal Cache Server.

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Crystal Reports Jobs: Can be turned on by enabling auditing for Crystal reports job server.

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Destination Job Server: Will audit all jobs that output to emails, ftp, and file system.

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Event Server: Audits all events that are registered on the BOE or Crystal Reports server.

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Publication Job Server: Will audit all publication jobs.

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WEB Intelligence: Audits access to all WEBI reports.

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For steps on how to turn on auditing and how to look at audit data you can go to my previous posts on the same topic.

Auditing I: How to enable audits logging in BOE XI 3.1 

Auditing II: How to import the auditing reports in BOE

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One Response to “Auditing III: How to enable auditing for Crystal Reports and WEBI viewing”

  1. Thanks…

    Thanks for sharing this with us. I’ve quite enjoyed the experience of visiting your blog so far. Maybe some cliff notes at the end would be a useful addition to summarize the points… Anyway I will be visiting back here so keep up the brilliant work,…

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