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View all users logged in the last 7 days and the duration of their session

  • 5 October 2022
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How can I see all user sessions in the last N days and their durations?

 

System Version:

IFS Aurena framework version: 22.1.4.20220707061853.0

IFS Aurena client version: 22.1.4.20220707061853.0

IFS OData provider version: 22.1.4.20220707070650.0


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Hi @EDRMIHAYLOVA 

could you check if you have the following screen?

 

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No, I don’t have it. This is what I see under Solution Manager→ Monitoring

 

 

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Do you use IFS Cloud or App10 (Aurena)?

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We are using IFS Cloud.

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There is a screen called Client Sessions that shows this information. But reports would be needed to see how long someone has been in and it’s more about seeing who is in currently

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Hi leva,

Thank you for your answer!

 

I am new to the system, can you give me some more informations.

 

1_How can I access Client Sessions?

2_What means “reposts would be needed”…?

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You can access it using the following path:

 

 

This screen will show the total logged-in users and each user with the date and time when they logged in. It doesn’t show all previous logins, so I suspect we would need a report from the data source of this page to capture the previous logins of the users

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Hi Leva,

I tried everything but no success what so ever. 

I can see the Client Sessions but this information is not useful at all- I just see the active sessions at the moment. And the numbers are not even accurate. 

 

I tried to see the Login Events and I have no data even with highest permissions. Any idea what the problem could be. Do I need to enable this functionality from somewhere?

 

I also enabled the FndClientLogon in History Log Configuration and still nothing - the History log does not show any data. 

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@Ieva Rituma I realised I did not tagged you in the comment above. 

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