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Chapter 66. User Activity Log


The User Activity Log tool is used to create customized views and reports of changes made to user data: who made the change, when the change occurred and which fields changed. It provides more detailed information about data changes than the User Activity History tool, such as the names of all changed database fields. Information displayed in the User Activity Log results table is derived from the Full Activity Log, where all changes to the database are automatically recorded, but the User Activity Log only includes changes made to user data.

Customized reports are created by setting search criteria, including: name, username, email address, the company with which the user is associated and the period of time during which the data change occurred.

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How to Use the User Activity Log


Use the provided fields to set search criteria. For faster searches, set multiple search criteria to retrieve a narrowed set of results. When multiple fields are set, the results only include users who match all search criteria. If your search doesn't return the results you seek, use the Back button to return to the Search step and broaden your criteria by entering partial values in name or email fields or setting fields with drop-down lists back to the default values. If a field is set to the default value, the search results are not restricted by that criteria.


A User Activity Log report is displayed according to the search criteria you provided. Click the Download button if you want to download this information.

Frequently there will be more than one entry (or lines in the report) for an individual user created at the same time. This indicates the user data change affected more than one database table. Many Members tools change data in multiple tables simultaneously. For instance, the Edit a User tool can change information in both the person database table and address database table.

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