Enable auditing for a table You can enable table auditing to track all changes to the table's fields. Before you beginRole required: admin Procedure Navigate to System Definition > Dictionary. Select the table to audit. For example, cmdb_ci_computer. Select the dictionary entry for the table. The table name always has an empty column name and the type of collection. Check the Audit check box. Click Update. Note: By default, the system does not audit records from system tables. To audit a system table, add it to the list of tables in the glide.ui.audit_deleted_tables property list. Tables do not inherit the audit flags from parent or child audited tables. For example, if you enable auditing for the cmdb_ci table, only CI's which are stored in that base table is audited. Likewise, if you enable auditing for the cmdb_ci_computer table, only the computer CI records are audited, including any fields on the cmdb_ci_computer table that are inherited from cmdb_ci table. Deletion of an individual record from a form is audited by default. To prevent auditing, set the table's dictionary attribute "no_audit_delete". Deletes from a list are audited when "audit" is checked on the table dictionary and the table is not listed in the property glide.db.audit.ignore.delete. Audited table informationAuditing tracks the following record changes. Exempted table informationSome updates are not audited despite enabling auditing on a table. This is why you may see 132 updates in a record's history, but only seven audited ones. Exclude a field from being auditedYou can prevent a field from being audited by adding the no_audit dictionary attribute. Table auditing historyThe system tracks incident, change, and problem history in the [sys_audit] table.