In my earlier articles, i have explained about,
- How to Enable Auditing for a Dynamics 365 CE Environment Online? and
- How to Enable Auditing for a Table in Dynamics 365 CE Online?
In this article, I am going to explain about enabling the Auditing at Column Level for a Table.
For this article, i have created a column “Audit” (Yes or No) in Contact’s Table and will enable Audit for that Column.
Follow the below steps for the same.
Prerequisite: Make sure to Enable the Audit feature at Environment and Table Level.
Step 1: Login to Power Apps Maker Portal with your credentials.
If you are using US Government (GCC, GCC High and DOD) Cloud, Click on the article link and find your related URL and login to Maker Portal.
Click on this link and Create 30 Dynamics CE Trial version and Open Power Apps Maker Portal.
Step 2: Click on the Environment.
Step 3: Click on the required Environment.
Step 4: Click on Solutions.
Step 5: Click on Default Solution.
Step 6: Click on Tables.
Step 7: Click on Contact Table.
Step 8: Click on Audit Column.
Step 9: Click on Advanced options.
Step 10: Select Enable auditing.
Step 11: Click on Done.
Step 12: Click on Save Table.
Now, you have successfully configured, Auditing for Audit Column in Contact Table and will Create or
Update an existing Contact record to see the Audit feature.
Step 13: Open any Existing Contact record. Change Audit field value to Yes and other fields as well. Save the Contact record.
Step 14: Click on Related.
Step 15: Click on Audit History.
You can see the list of all actions performed by various users and on dates on this Contact Record.
Hope you followed this article and successfully configured Audit feature for a Table Column in Dynamics 365 CE Online.
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