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Log deletion on a database

Ability to log who deleted a certain document/folder on a database. It should log the name/server name and the time it was deleted.

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  • Aug 9 2018
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  • Guest commented
    24 Oct, 2018 10:16am

    Check out http://blog.nashcom.de/nashcomblog.nsf/dx/nshdellog-domino-deletion-log-annoatation-and-backup.htm

  • Guest commented
    18 Oct, 2018 04:05am

    If you have been following what has happened after V10 is launched, you would know that:

    1. V10 now support logging deletion on a database to a text file. This need to be enabled on a per database level via a compact command.
    2. Daniel Nashed is working on an application that is supposed to read those text file and aggregate them into an NSF.

    Since the initial request only mention logging deletion to a database those two combination should be adequate, right ?

  • Guest commented
    12 Aug, 2018 11:29pm

    It should be added to the deletion stub as additional fields

  • Guest commented
    9 Aug, 2018 08:29pm

    It was announced, to be logged in a text file. I prefer it to be optionally logged in the deletion stub.

  • Guest commented
    9 Aug, 2018 03:49pm

    I think the requestor is suggesting it be enabled on specific databases, not every database on the server.

    You could always enable soft deletions and then run an agnt on a view showing these documents during off peak hours to record deletion time / person responsible and server / document particulars to a log before removing them permanently.

  • Guest commented
    9 Aug, 2018 03:36pm

    Wouldn't this level of logging be resource intensive?  I've seen Activity.nsf kill busy servers. 

  • Guest commented
    9 Aug, 2018 10:08am

    I think has already been announced as an upcoming feature!