Audit Log

The audit log shows a record of user and device actions throughout the JFrog Connect. This page describes how you can view and filter actions in the audit log.

JFrog Connect provides an audit trail, also called the Audit Log, that includes records of user and device actions throughout the system. In the audit log viewer, you can filter and view operations per specific actors, actions, and resources. The audit log has a flexible filter that enables you to track and pin-point events for purposes of troubleshooting, security, testing, and auditing.

View the Audit Log

Go to Audit Log in the left navigation tree. The audit log appears as a list of records in chronological order.

Each row in the table represents an event in the system and provides information about the event such as:

  • Event Time: The server timestamp when the action is initiated. This is a date and time according to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

  • Actor Type: The kind of entity initiating the action. Can be a device, a user, or an API call.

  • Actor: Shows either the email address or the name and UUID of the entity initiating the action.

  • Event: The operation that the actor did, for example, Create or Delete.

  • Resource Type: The kind of entity acted upon, for example, a device or an app.

  • Resource: The specific entity that was acted on, identified by its name or its name with a UUID.

  • Project: The name of the project and project key in the account where the event took place. For some events, Not Applicable appears. For example, an event that updates billing information applies to the whole account, and is not related to a specific project.

  • Actor IP: The IP address of the entity taking the action.

Filter Audit Log Actions

The default view of the audit log shows actions from the last 30 days. You can filter the log to show only a specific subset of actions.

To filter the log actions in view, click the filter icon on the upper right. The Filters panel appears on the right.

You can filter for a specific time frame by entering the starting and ending dates and times. When you click on either of the date boxes, a date picker box will open for you to choose the date. Click the down arrows to choose the starting and ending times.

Filter by Actor

You can filter on the Actor or the Resource, but not both. To choose the type of actor, for example, User, and then enter the email address of a specific user. The relevant records will appear automatically.

Filter by Resource

  1. If you filter by resource, choose the resource type, for example, the alert channel.

  2. Choose to filter by Value or Action.

Filter by Value, the UUID of the specific resource:

Filter by Event, for example, Start:

What’s Next?

Learn how to export the audit log to a file.

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