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Access to transactional logs for your organization

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We have provided the ability to download email logs for your organization. Now we want to provide transactional logs for all the key transactions conducted by your organization on the Salesforce.com platform. These would include web based usage as well as API usage. We are considering several areas at this time including logins, web transactions, and API transactions. We are planning to include several fields such as userId, URI name, API method, rows processed, browserType, IP address etc.

Would this be useful for your organization? Would this increase Salesforce.com transparency for the admins in your organization?
Why would you need this data? What is your specific use case(s)? What length of time would be most relevant for you?

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  • IdeaExchange Moderator - 4 years ago

    The Winter '15 release provides 28 app log file types. 

    For more information, see the release notes:
    http://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/winter15/release-notes/rn_forcecom_security_elf.htm
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