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Configure a system table for a deletion audit

Configure a system table for a deletion audit

Deletions from tables with a sys prefix are not audited by default. To track deletions from these tables, add the table name to the glide.ui.audit_deleted_tables property. Enabling the Restore Deleted Records plugin adds several default values to this property.

Before you begin

Role required: admin

Procedure

  1. Navigate to System Properties > UI Properties.
  2. Locate the List of system tables (beginning with "sys", comma separated) that will have the delete audited property.
    RDR property
  3. Add or remove table names. Table names should be separated by commas, without any spaces.
  4. Click Save.
    Note: For more information about auditing, see Understanding the sys audit Table.

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