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You can view the all the logs in the Event list pane. You can use the Advanced Search to filter out events you want to view.
 

To View System Event Log:

1.In Globodox, select Settings > System Settings > Event Log in the Navigation pane. The System Events that are logged will be displayed as a list in the Event list pane (i.e. the right pane).
2.Click the Double Down Arrow button to bring up the Advanced Search pane.
3.Select a column name from the Field Name drop down, to display event logs based on it.
4.Select the appropriate comparison operator (i.e. contains, equal to etc.) from the Comparison drop down. For e.g. To view Add Documents log the "equal to" operator in your query condition.
The following Comparison Operators are available

Comparison Operator

Description

Example

Equal To

Use this operator to exactly match the value you are looking for

Name "equal to" login

Not Equal To

Use this operator when you do not want the value to match the text you are looking for

Name "not equal to" login

Contains

Use this operator to find values that  contains the text that you are looking for.

Comments "contains" MainDB

Does Not Contain

Use this operator to find values that  does not contain the text that you are looking for.

Comments "does not contain" MainDB

Is Empty

Use this operator to match empty values.

Date "Is Empty"

Is Not Empty

Use this operator to match non-empty values

Date "Is Not Empty"

5.Enter the value which will be used for the comparison in the Compare To box.
6.You can add more criteria to your search by clicking the Add button. To remove a criteria click the Remove button.
7.To get a result which matches all the criteria's specified by you, select the Match all conditions option from the Conditions drop down. To get a result which matches any criteria, select the Match any conditions option from the Conditions drop down
8.Click the Search button to begin the search.
9.The Event logs will be displayed in the List View pane.

 

To View DB Event Log

1.In Globodox, select Settings > DB Settings > Event Log in the Navigation pane. The DB Events that are logged will be displayed as a list in the Event list pane (i.e. the right pane).
2.Click the Double Down Arrow button to bring up the Advanced Search pane.
3.Select a column name from the Field Name drop down, to display event logs based on it.
4.Select the appropriate comparison operator (i.e. contains, equal to etc.) from the Comparison drop down. For e.g. To view Add Documents log the "equal to" operator in your query condition.
The following Comparison Operators are available

Comparison Operator

Description

Example

Equal To

Use this operator to exactly match the value you are looking for

Name "equal to" login

Not Equal To

Use this operator when you do not want the value to match the text you are looking for

Name "not equal to" login

Contains

Use this operator to find values that  contains the text that you are looking for.

Comments "contains" MainDB

Does Not Contain

Use this operator to find values that  does not contain the text that you are looking for.

Comments "does not contain" MainDB

Is Empty

Use this operator to match empty values.

Date "Is Empty"

Is Not Empty

Use this operator to match non-empty values

Date "Is Not Empty"

5.Enter the value which will be used for the comparison in the Compare To box.
6.You can add more criteria to your search by clicking the Add button. To remove a criteria click the Remove button.
7.To get a result which matches all the criteria's specified by you, select the Match all conditions option from the Conditions drop down. To get a result which matches any criteria, select the Match any conditions option from the Conditions drop down
8.Click the Search button to begin the search.
9.The Event logs will be displayed in the List View pane.

 

Notes:

You can click any column header of the event list to sort the event list in the ascending or descending order of values in that column.
You can click the Delete button to delete all the currently displayed events (not only the selected ones) in the list. After the events have been deleted, a new event logging the "log entries deleted" event will be added to the event log. This event cannot be deleted.
 

Related Topics

View Event Log of the selected Document
View Event log of the selected Stack

 

 


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