Database activity monitoring (DAM) : Audit group
 
Audit group
The Audit Group page allows you to organize audit records.
You use the audit groups to filter the list of alerts displayed on the Activity Auditing page and to filter the information in a DAM report.
Add, edit, or delete an audit group
Use the Audit Group page to perform the following tasks:
To create new group, click Add.
To modify group settings, click the name of the group or the Edit icon in the Action column.
To delete a group, select the check box of one or more user-defined audit groups, and then click Delete.
Alternatively, you can create a new group when you search the list of audit records on the Activity Auditing page. (See “Filtering and searching the audit record list”.)
Pre-defined audit groups
FortiDB has pre-defined audit groups that you can use to add and modify filtering criteria.
Pre-defined audit groups
Descriptions
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Data filter for an audit group
Use the Filters tab to define filtering criteria for a group.
For information on the filtering options, see “Data filter for an alert group”
See also
Viewing audit records (activity auditing results)