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Hi!I need to find specific system logs in Talent CoreHR, where I can see what system administrator is doing with privileges to Compensation management. Eventually log can show which users are accessing Compensation management page with timestamp, or have privileges to access this section.
I am wondering where I can find them or create them? I have checked MS's documentation but it doesn't mention a single thing about which parameters can be used to make your own report/log or find working solution to this problem.
Talent does not come with audit log functionality.
However, you could track (related to compensation):
- who has access to the workspace;
- adjust security and processes so that changes (create+edit) are only part of personnel actions;
By following the last step you will be able to track all changes that will be made.. however will have a impact on how you process actions in the system.
Let me know if you would be interested in this approach..
Thanks for answering my question. I'm interested about approach you mentioned.
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