Setting up audit configuration groups allows you to record and report on system events you select. Setting up audit groups also enables you to run AuditLog reports later.
You use the Audit Configuration page to set up audit groups. To open the Audit Configuration page, follow these steps:
Open the Administrator interface.
Click the Configure tab, then click the Audit subtab.
The Audit Configuration page opens.
Configuring audit groups and events requires the Configure Audit administrative capability.
Open the Audit Configuration page as described in the previous section.
The Audit Configuration page shows the list of audit groups, each of which may contain one or more events. For each group, you can record successful events, failed events, or both.
Click an audit group in the list to display the Edit Audit Configuration Group page. This page lets you select the types of audit events to be recorded as part of an audit configuration group in the system audit log.
Check that the Enable auditing check box is selected. Clear the check box to disable the auditing system.
Use the following steps to add an event to the group:
Identity Manager adds an event at the bottom of the page.
Select an object type from the list in the Object Type column, and then move one or more items in the Actions column from the Available area to the Selected area for the new object type.
Click OK to add the event to the group.
You can edit events in the group by adding or deleting actions for an object type, as follows: