An Auditing provider collects, stores, and distributes information
about operating requests and the outcome of those requests for the
purposes of non-repudiation. You can configure multiple Auditing
providers in a security realm, but none are required.
WebLogic Server offers the
following types of Auditing providers:
The WebLogic Auditing provider
is the standard Auditing provider for the WebLogic Security Framework.
Note that the Administration Console refers to the WebLogic Auditing
provider as the Default Auditor.
The Realm Adapter Auditing
provider is for use with Compatibility security realms.
To configure an Auditing
If you have not already done so, in the Change Center of the Administration Console, click Lock & Edit (see Use the Change Center).
In the left pane, select Security Realms
and click the name of the realm you are configuring (for example,
Providers > Auditing and click
The Create a New Auditing Provider page appears.
Name field, enter a name for the Auditing
From the Type drop-down list, select the
type of the Auditing provider and click
Select Providers > Auditing and click
the name of the new Auditing provider to complete its
On the Configuration page for the Auditing
provider, set the desired values on the Common
and Provider-Specific tabs.
Save to save your changes.
Change Center, click Activate Changes and then
restart WebLogic Server.