I’m using SAS 9.3 installed in MS server, the current platform hosting multiple SAS application (CS AML EGRC WRS ets..).
I need to generate a report contains all user access (login/log out). Is there a way to extract such information from metadata ?
And how to generate this reports
thanks in advance
so, do you want to audit only the web applications?
In case that this is what you need, you may want to give a look into those:
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you can get the information on different ways:
- By parsing the log files (Metadata server log, Workspace server log, SAS Web Application logs)
- On the SAS Management Console, if you go to the lowest level of your SAS metadata server, you can Right-click and "Connect". Then on the right side you can see your logins of the day.
- APM/ACM reports can provide, I believe, such reports.
Do you simply want a report of all SAS users defined in your metadata (potential users) or do you want a report of SAS users actually using your system?
Thank you both JuanS_OCS & SASKiwi
Actually I’m using the metadata server log. But the issue it contains all user connection thru application MidTier activity; while I’m looking for a simple report (user id, login IP, login/logoff time).
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