Enable auditing for a table You can enable table auditing to track changes to all or some of the table's fields. Before you beginRole required: admin Procedure Navigate to System Definition > Dictionary. The system displays the list of dictionary entries. The list includes a row for each table as well as a row for each column (field) in the table. In the list of dictionary entries, find the row corresponding to the table you want to audit, for example cmdb_ci_computer. You can distinguish the row for the table itself – versus a row for a column in the table – by finding the row with the correct table name, an empty entry for Column name, and a type of collection. Select the dictionary entry for the table. The system displays the dictionary entry form. Check the Audit check box. Click Update. What to do nextIf you want to audit only a few fields in the table Enable whitelist auditing for a table. If you want to audit most – but exclude some – fields, Exclude a field from being audited (blacklisting). Enable whitelist auditing for a tableEnable a table to audit only those fields you explicitly designate. This is useful when you want to audit only a small number of an audited table's fields.Exclude a field from being audited (blacklisting)Prevent the system from tracking a subset of fields in an audited table by excluding those fields from the audit. Include a table field in auditing (whitelisting)Track a subset of fields in an audited table by whitelisting those fields.