User log (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: May 14, 2013

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Click System administration > Inquiries > Users > User log.

Use this form to monitor when users log on.

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Tab

Description

Overview

View a list of users who have logged on. This includes user name, date, time, and cumulative time for a particular logon.

General

View detailed information about the selected log entry.

Statistics

View the total number of logons and Business Connector logons. Statistics are maintained until you use the Clean up button to reset or delete the information.

Button

Description

Clean up

Delete information in the User log. You can also set up a regular batch job to clean up the user log.

Field

Description

Type

Type of action that has been saved to the log.

Time

Date and time on which the record was created.

Online time

Length of time that the user was logged on.

NoteNote

If a user’s computer hibernates, the user remains logged on to the system.

Computer name

Network computer name for the client computer where the user logged on.

Build number

Indicates the Microsoft Dynamics AX kernel build number.

Session ID

Because a user can log on several times daily, a unique session ID is assigned every time that a client logs on. The Session ID number is reset daily.

Closed

When this field is selected, the client has logged off successfully. When cleared, it indicates that the user is still online or was not logged off correctly.

Created date and time

The date and time that the system recognized the user transaction.

Logoff date time

The date and time that the system recognized the user as logged off. This time is updated every 15 minutes until the system no longer detects the client on the network. Even if the user does not log off successfully, this time is approximately when the client was disconnected.


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