Runtime User Management | Audit Trail
2 Februar 2020 um 1:29 pm #35499
My client wants to follow the functions of creating a new user, changing the user’s password, deleting the user, and locking the user in the runtime.
How do I track Runtime user management functions?
(The user who logs on to the“ system log “ screen knows that the failed logon and logoff functions are being logged. How can I do more?)
3 Februar 2020 um 5:33 pm #35503Brian_73Teilnehmer
It is very easy, You have to :
– Enable the Password Management in the Users and User Groups resource of the project
-In General > Advanced Enable also Runtime Users
-Then you can add a button in a screen with configured the predefined user command „Edit Users“
All the activities is traced in the project logs.
5 Februar 2020 um 6:53 am #35508
Thank you for your interest.
I’m already using the parameters you said. (runtime user management)
I can use new user creation and other functions.
what I can’t do is report it.
when a new user is created, I need to report which user created this user when.
6 Februar 2020 um 11:24 am #35516Brian_73Teilnehmer
Normally the „Edit runtime user“ command is a password protected option inside the application, not available for „normal“ users.
In the system log you will also have the info that the file „.rtusers“ extension is modified.
With these 2 info you know who and when changes in the application the list of runtime users. Then the other data like teh user name ect are sesitive data i think are not exposed by-design. Anyway these info are present inside the „.rtusers“ file and using a tool that compares these files you know the which user was added or deleted.
7 Februar 2020 um 12:30 pm #35602
Thank you for the solution method.
There’s another big problem: trace comment (audit trail)
I’m thinking of making tell:
I will not use the „EditUsr.exe“ application.
I will code a new user editing application and manage the „.rtusers“ dump.
With this method I can solve the problem
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