Administrators can select aspects of the application for change tracking. For example, you can track changes to metadata, such as when users change a member property or add a currency. You can also track changes in forms, business rules, approvals, users, access permissions, and so on. To view audits, administrators create and run reports using RDBMS report writers.
Access assignments imported with the ImportSecurity utility are not reflected in audit reports.
Table 22. Actions That Can be Audited
Alias Table Administration
Changes to alias tables: creating, copying, renaming, deleting, and clearing
Launch Business Rules
Updates from calc scripts and business rules (including runtime prompts)
Forms: creating, modifying, adding rows. (The audit record does not record how the design changed.)
Form Folder Administration
Folders: created, moved, or deleted
Clear Cell Details
To specify aspects of the application for which Planning records changes:
To avoid affecting performance, be selective in which application elements you audit.
Depending on selected audit options, application changes are recorded in a HSP_AUDIT_RECORDS table, stored in the relational database.
If anyone resets audit options, those changes are recorded.