1C:Enterprise 8.3. Administrator Guide. Appendix 2. Event Log Items Description

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APPENDIX 2. EVENT LOG ITEMS DESCRIPTION

This appendix covers the event log structure for when it is dumped to an XML file.

The XML document format for a dumped event log:

„ Namespace: http://v8.1c.ru/eventLog

„ Namespace prefix (by default): v8e

EventLog

Document root item. Contains the events of the event log themselves (Event items).

Event

It contains the items that describe an event in the log.

Type: Event level listing. Event level value.

Date

Type: DateTime. The value of the date and time of an event.

Application

Type: String. The name of the application where the event occurred.

ApplicationPresentation

Type: String. The presentation of the application where the event occurred.

EventName

Type: String. The name of the occurred event.

EventPresentation

Type: String. The presentation of the occurred event.

UserID

Type: UUID. The identifier of the user who initiated the event.

UserName

Type: String. The name of the user who initiated the event.

MetadataName

Type: String. This is a composite name using English terms and metadata names. For events requiring a list of metadata (data access events), it provides a list of items – Item, where each item contains a metadata object name.

MetadataPresentation

Type: String. User language object presentation in metadata (synonyms). For events requiring a list of metadata (data-access events), it provides a list of items – Item, where each item contains a metadata object name.

Comment

Type: String. Event comments.

Data

Type: Arbitrary. Event data. If the data cannot be presented in the XML format, the Unidentified value record is entered (empty item with xsi:nil = "true" attribute).

This parameter may contain structures, arrays and tables (for data access events, authentication and interaction with infobase users).

DataPresentation

Type: String. Presentation of the event data.

TransactionStatus

Type: transaction status for the event. The transaction status may have the following values:

„ InProgress means that the transaction is not completed;

„ Committed means that the transaction is committed;

„ RolledBack means that the transaction has been rolled back;

„ NotApplicable means that recording is performed out of the transaction.

TransactionID

Type: String. Transaction ID.

Connection

Type: Number. Connection number.

Session

Type: Number. Session number.

ServerName

Type: String. Working server name.

Port

Type: Number. Primary IP Port.

SyncPort

Type: Number. Secondary IP Port.

SessionDataSeparation

This parameter contains a collection of items describing separators used in the session while the event is being recorded. The item name corresponds to the separator name, while the item value contains the separator value.

SessionDataSeparationPresentation

This parameter contains the Item collection with the values of the String type containing separator presentations in the same order as in the SessionDataSeparation item.

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