Notes Logging Agent

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Can an agent be created that can work at the client-level of Lotus Notes v. 6.5 that will/can record and create a log file of all activity within the database? This is at the user, for the user. Example: a user has given another user access but wants to log if the delegate has opened email or changed entries. I envision this as being part of the properties logging already taking place that capture activity. Thank you.

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Hi,

i have implemented such a loggig, but this Job has moved to the Events of a Database (Beginn Loggig) / Documents Queryopen to check opening / PostSave (to check modification(s)) and if you have Agents to add the Modifications of Document!

Database logging will also help you by tracing Activities in the Database/datases!

Hope this helps

Thomas

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    Hi, i have implemented such a loggig, but this Job has moved to the Events of a Database (Beginn Loggig) / Documents Queryopen to check opening / PostSave (to check modification(s)) and if you have Agents to add the Modifications of Document! Database logging will also help you by tracing Activities in the Database/datases! Hope this helps Thomas
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  • EsterP
    As far as I know, there is already a built in log of user activities within the Notes database. Basically it logs or records the uses, reads and writes in days, weeks, months, etc. To find this information, right click the database and select properties and then click the i tab and User Detail button and presto the User Activity window will open showing the information for uses, reads and writes. Hope the above helps. Cheers, Ester
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