- Logging changes in configuration settings
- Activity actor email address added to CSV export
- DOCman system activities logging
- Get started
Logging changes in configuration settings
LOGman 4.5 will log the configuration changes and provide information about the exact setting that was changed, who changed it, when was it changed and importantly what the previous value for that setting was, in case you need to roll the changes back.
LOGman's activity stream is now able to provide you with all of this information. To see the changes that were made to the configuration settings, what the previous value was and what the new value is, just click on the configuration link in the activity message, you'll get a pop up display showing showing you this information.
Activity actor email address added to CSV export
Quite a few of our customers requested that LOGman expose the email address of the person who triggered the activity in the CSV export. We think this totally make sense and this information is now available in the export.
DOCman system activities logging
System & internal activities support was added to LOGman back in version 4.0 as a way to separate human Vs machine generated activities. LOGman 4.5 makes use of this feature for logging
/tmp folders creation when uploading files with DOCman.
We'll add more of these system activities loggers in a next release, we are looking into exposing actions taken by our scheduler plugin, which takes care of executing internal tasks.
Check the changelog to see what's changed since LOGman 4.4.
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