In this Page
The Activity Log enables Org admins to track changes to user accounts and assets within their organization.
You can sort by the following categories:
- All: No filter. All events are listed chronologically.
- ACL: Changes to user permissions or groups.
- APIM: Changes to APIM user activities and subscription user notifications.
- Asset: All changes to Assets in Manager. The changes now include Assets (projects and pipelines) created by an import operation.
- User: Changes to user credentials.
- Policy: Changes to API policies applied in Manager and APIM.
- Dist: Changes to Snap Pack versions.
- Org: Changes to membership in the Org.
- Snaplex: Changes to Snaplex nodes states.
- Session: User sessions.
- Group: Changes to Group membership and access.
- SnapLogic Admin update: Changes to SnapLogic Admin access.
View the Activity Log
To access the Activity Log for your Org from Manager:
- In the left navigation pane, click Activity Log to open the log:
- Click a tab to sort by event category. Click the All tab to display all events.
.csv file. to download the contents of the Activity Log as a
- Click to refresh the Activity Log.
By default, the Activity Log shows a log of all the latest tasks executed within the Org. However, the page also enables Org admins to query the log for data gathered over a specific time range. You can filter the log to display changes in ACLs (Access Control Lists), Assets (such as Pipelines, Accounts, and Tasks), Users, API Policies, Snap Pack Distributions, Snaplexes, Sessions, and Groups) by clicking on the tab for that asset. You can also save a log by clicking the Download button on the top right.
The lower section of the Activity Log report displays the total number of log entries retrieved and the number of entries being displayed (for example, 1 to 100 of 3407 entries). Use the First, Previous, Next, and Last buttons—or the numbered links—to access entries, with each page displaying 100 entries.
Audit information is retained for 90 days before it is deleted. When a Project is deleted, users lose visibility to all events for that project in their Activity Logs, whereas Org admins continue to see that information.
Activity Logs for Projects and Tasks
As a user, you can view the Activity Log for the Projects and Tasks to which you have access.
- Projects: hover over the target folder, click the arrow to display the menu, and select Activity Log:
- Tasks: From the Tasks tab in Manager, hover over the target Task name, click the arrow to open the drop-down menu, and select Activity Log:
Audit Org Admin Activities
You can audit the actions of Org admins in the Manager > Settings page. Because your Org can have an unlimited number of Org admins, this auditing feature is helpful in tracking activity. Most controls of Org-level activity are on the Manager > Settings page. The Org settings update events are included in the Org category in the Activity Log. For all Org Settings, the changes to Org Settings in Manager are tracked.
The following image provides an example of how changes to Settings are tracked:
Additional Snaplex Event Reporting
The Activity Log now tracks node crash events. When you scan the contents of the Activity Log, you can view the event information for this event:
The inclusion of the node crash event enhances the reporting capabilities of the Activity Log. When you notice a node crash event, you can work with Support to obtain the Snaplex JCC logs for details about which Pipelines were running during the event. Because the Snaplex logs roll over fairly often to reduce resource constraints on your infrastructure, node crashes often went unnoticed previously.
For user and group access control lists (ACLs), the following events are tracked:
- A permission is removed from an asset.
- A permission is added to an asset.
For changes to APIs published to the Org Developer Portal and subscription status, the following events are tracked:
- An API is published
- An API is unpublished
- An API is deprecated.
- An API is retired.
- A Developer Portal user membership is approved.
- A Developer Portal membership is removed.
- A Developer Portal membership is in pending status.
- A user subscription is approved.
The assets tracked are groups, projects, Pipelines, files, tasks, accounts, Snaplexes, and Snap Packs. The events tracked are:
- Asset is created.
- Asset is created by import operation (applicable to projects and Pipelines).
- Asset is deleted.
- Asset is updated.
- Asset is renamed.
- Asset ownership changes.
- Asset moves.
- Asset acl added.
- Asset acl removed.
For users, the following events are tracked:
- User logs in (session created).
- User logs out (session deleted).
- User password changed.
- User password reset.
- User added to a phase.
- User removed from a phase.
- User created and the org or phase the user was created in.
- User deleted and the org or phase the user was deleted from.
For policies applies at any level in the Org, including projects and shared folders in Manager, and at the API and version level in APIM, the following events are tracked:
- A policy is created.
- A policy is removed.
- A policy is updated.
For Snap Pack distribution, the following events are tracked:
- A change in the Snap Pack asset label (Dist override).
- A change in the Snap Pack asset FQID (Dist change).
- A user was added to the Org.
- A user was removed from the Org.
Org settings update
For changes in the Manager > Settings page by Org admins, the following events are tracked:
Single Sign-On via SAML v2.0: A
Auto Upgrade Snaplex
Account Data Encryption
- Manage Trusted Orgs
User Session Timeout Policy
User Password Expiration Policy
- Expire All Passwords
Alerts/Activity Log Notifications
Cloud Pattern Catalog
Automated Regression Test
For Snaplexes, the following events are tracked:
- Snaplex node leaves maintenance mode.
- Snaplex node is put into maintenance mode.
- Snaplex node is restarted.
- Snaplex is congested. See Alerts for more information.
- A new node is added to a Snaplex
- A node crash event is reported
For sessions, the following events are tracked:
- When a user session ends
- When a user session is created
For groups, the following events are tracked:
- A group is deleted.
- A group is updated.
- A group is created.
For API policies, the following events are tracked:
- An API policy is deleted.
- An API policy is updated.
- An API policy is created.