Audittrail

Category: Modules
Subcategory: Tracing

Overview

This module ensures tracking of the changes made in the system. We support 2 major versions of this module: - Version 9 is compatible with Atlas UI 3. It is only available in Mendix 9. It should be used for new apps created with Mendix 9. - Version 8 is compatible with Atlas UI 2. It is available in both Mendix 8 and 9.

Documentation

Please see Audit Trail in the Mendix documentation for details.

Releases

Version: 9.0.0
Framework Version: 9.0.5
Release Notes: We upgraded the module to Mendix 9.0.5 and made it compatible with Atlas 3. We will now support 2 major versions of this module: - Version 9 is compatible with Atlas UI 3. It is only available in Mendix 9. It should be used for new apps created with Mendix 9. - Version 8 is compatible with Atlas UI 2. It is available in both Mendix 8 and 9.
Version: 8.1.0
Framework Version: 8.12.4
Release Notes: - We wrapped all pop-up windows in Layout Grid containers in order to prepare for support of Atlas 3
Version: 8.0.0
Framework Version: 8.12.0
Release Notes: - Updated Mendix framework to 8.12.0, which is Mendix 9 compatible; - Removed/rewrote deprecated code; - Updated format string widget to be compatible with Mendix 8 and 9 (Ticket 108303); - Using Atlas UI is now mandatory.
Version: 7.6.0
Framework Version: 7.23.8
Release Notes: Module configuration is now done through constants with the same name as each of the attributes in the Configuration non-persistable entity. Note that this entity has since been removed. The effects of each constant is equal to that of the original NPE attribute. This allows maintaining the same functionality over reinstalls or upgrades of this module. (Ticket 82048) Fix NullPointerException when there is no admin account in the database when logging a system action. In these scenarios, we log the action as performed by “[unknown]“. (Ticket 77281)
Version: 7.5.0
Framework Version: 7.23.8
Release Notes: Audit Trail now logs references and reference sets differently from regular attributes. Each referenced object is logged indicating if it has been added, deleted or unchanged with all of its primitive members. Displaying changes of references will now display this structured representation for new logs. Old logs containing references (those that are purely textual) remain untouched.