A lot can happen on a Wrapsite, and some of it may be unwanted. The Audit Trail allows you to review what people have done on the Wrapsite, by maintaining a log of when people login, read data, and change things.
Most days, your Wrapsite happily chugs along and there’s nothing to do with it. But there are two main situations when you may want to know more about what people actually did on the Wrapsite:
To help you keep track of what has happened on your Wrapsite, ExcelWraps leaves an Audit Trail where you can review past events. You find the Audit Trail and its settings on the Wrapsite’s Administration dashboard.
As you can see in the screenshot, there are also separate settings that allow you to tailor the audit trail. These settings are documented at the end of this help page.
You access the audit trail on your Wrapsite’s Administration > Audit Trail page.
The Apply button filters the events in the Audit Trail according to the various filter settings and updates the list of events.
You can show events within a specific timeframe. For the date, use the calendar to select the start and end dates or type the date directly. Several common date formats are supported, like dd/mm/yyyy or yyyy-mm-dd.
Type the time in hh:mm format. You can insert the current time by pressing the center button on the D-pad (joystick) icon to the right of the field. Select the hours or minutes with the right/left arrows, and use the up/down arrows to adjust the selected time component.
You can filter the list of events on the various categories of events:
Enter the user name to filter the list to show only the events related to one user.
You can shorten the list of events by viewing only the events that changed something in the system.
You can sort the events in the order of
The Category column contains the category for the event.
The Event column tells you what happened.
The Read Only column contains True for entries that did not modify data.
The User column contains the User name associated with the event.
The Client IP column contains the network address for the device the User was using when the event occurred.
The Timestamp column tells you when the event occurred.
The Summary column briefly describes the event.
The Details link opens the event in a format more suitable for printing.
We don’t have a user name until the user clicks on the link and sets a new password.
You can control in detail what events to log in the Audit Trail using the settings at Administration dashboard > Settings > Audit Trail.
If you want the Audit Trail to include the IP address for the device that was used to create the event, tick the checkbox at the end of the list.