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The Audit feature allows administrators to see the users' access to ETL Validator and actions performed by those users on test cases and test plans.

Auditing is dividing into the following two categories:

Login

This audit type records events of users' log-in and logout details. That is, it helps administrators know when a user has logged in and out during a time period. For each Login and Logout event type, the date and time is captured.

Test Case/Test Plan

This audit type records events of users' actions on a test case and test plan. That is, it helps administrators know when a user has created and updated a test case and test plan. For each Test cases and Test plans event type, the date and time when the event type was performed, the user who performed the event type, and the session Id is captured.

Login Audit

You can see the login and logout event types of one user at a time or all users at once.

To view the Login audit type, follow the steps below:

  1. Navigate to Admin Options > AUDIT.
  2. Select Login Audit.
  3. Select a user by using any one of the following options:
    • Select user. Select a user for whom you wish to view the Login audit type. 
    • All Users. Select this checkbox if you wish to view the Login audit for all ETL Validator users.
  4. Select a date to perform the user audit.
    • From date. Select a date starting when the details should be shown.
    • To date. Select the End Date checkbox first and then select the date until when the audit details should be shown.
  5. Select an Event type.
    • Login. This event type displays the date and time the user logged in to ETL Validator.
    • Logout. This event type displays the date and time the user logged out from ETL Validator. 
    • Both. This event type displays the date and time the user logged in and out from the ETL Validator.
  6. Click Submit.

Test Case/Test Plan Audit

You can see the audit details of users who created and updated the test plans and test cases. 

To view the Test Case/Test Plan audit, follow the steps below:

  1. Navigate to Admin Options > AUDIT.
  2. Select Test Case/Test Plan Audit.
  3. Select a user by using any one of the following options:
    • Select user. Select a user from the drop-down list if you wish to view the actions performed by a particular user on a test case and test plan. 
    • All Users. Select this checkbox if you wish to view the actions performed by all users on test case(s)/test plan(s). 
  4. Select a date to perform the user audit.
    • From date. Select a date starting when the details should be shown. 
    • To date. Select the End Date checkbox first and then select the date until when the audit details should be shown. 
  5. Select Test Cases or Test Plans.
  6. Select a specific test case/test plan from the drop-down list or select All Test Cases or All Test Plans.
  7. Select an Event type.
    • Created. This event type displays the user(s) who created the test plan/test plan and the date and time it was created.
    • Updated. This event type displays the user(s) who updated the test plan/test plan and the date and time it was updated.
    • Both. This event type displays the details for Created and Updated actions.
  8. Click Submit.
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