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Audit.Changed2

Same as Audit.Changed, but here you pass the list of fields to check.

Component Version macOS Windows Linux Server iOS SDK
Audit 3.1 ✅ Yes ✅ Yes ✅ Yes ✅ Yes ✅ Yes
MBS( "Audit.Changed2"; timestamp; TableName; FieldsToCheck )   More

Parameters

Parameter Description Example
timestamp Pass here the timestamp field you added for auditing to the table. AuditTimeStamp
TableName The name of the table.
With 10.2 optionally as second value the name of the audit log table unless you take the default AuditLog.
"Firma¶MyAuditLog"
FieldsToCheck A list of field names to check. "myField"

Result

Returns 1.

Description

Same as Audit.Changed, but here you pass the list of fields to check.
With plugin version 4.4 you can use * on the end of the name to match all names starting with same text.

The Audit.Changed2 function with passing field list is quicker than the Audit.Changed function as we skip querying the field list from FileMaker.

Examples

Log record on changes:

MBS( "Audit.Changed2"; MyTable::AuditTimeStamp; "MyTable"; "firstName"; "lastName"; "age" )

Run Audit.Changed2 with list of fields in a global field in the table:

Evaluate("MBS(\"Audit.Changed2\"; GetAsTimeStamp(\"" & Events::AuditTimeStamp & "\"); \"Events\"; \"" & Substitute(Events::AuditFields; "¶"; "\"; \"") & "\")")

Run Audit with GetFieldName with v8.3 or newer:

MBS("Audit.Changed2"; // call with positive list
AuditTimeStamp; // the timestamp field to trigger this
"Audit"; // the name of table
GetFieldName ( SomeText); // the fields to check
GetFieldName ( SomeNumber);
GetFieldName ( SomeTime);
GetFieldName ( SomeTimeStamp);
GetFieldName ( SomeContainer);
"InsideScript|" & $$InsideScript) // and we pass an extra field with global variable

Do Audit and set custom TransactionUUID field with UUID:

MBS( "Audit.Changed2"; MyTable::AuditTimeStamp; "MyTable"; "firstName"; "lastName"; "age"; "TransactionUUID|" & Get(UUID) )

See also

Release notes

Example Databases

Blog Entries

FileMaker Magazin

Created 18th August 2014, last changed 30th January 2021


Audit.Changed - Audit.ClearCaches

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