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| Overview

Audit Trail is a feature introduced in the internal portal of the 75F® system, which helps support and internal users to track the changes made in different parts of the 75F® system which include the CCU, Facilisight portal, Facilisight App, and the Internal portal, with various filter options ranging from sites to actions that have been performed. The support user is able to easily filter out the modified items and identify any change that is made in the system.

It also provides the user with options to filter out changes made under different modules or services in the systems of 75F®, which aids the users with a better viewability and readability of the information that is been changed in the system.

| Accessing the Audit Trail

To access the Audit Trail page.

Procedure

  • Log into the Internal portal.
  • Select Audit Trail from the Home Tab

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The Audit trail screen is displayed.

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The following table explains the various fields displayed on the page: 

Field Name

Description

Sites

You can use this option to select a particular site for which you need to filter the audit trail results for.

Note: By default, all sites option is selected, and more than one particular site can be selected to filter out the required result.

Actions

You can use this option to select an action for which you need to filter out the audit trail result.

Note: By default, "All actions" option is selected, and more than one action can be selected to filter out the result.

The following table explains the action available for selection:

Actions Description
Added

You can use this option to filter for the audit trail items that fall under the category of addition.

For example: Adding a building schedule or a vacation

Edited You can use this option to filter out the audit trail items that fall under the category of editing.

 

For example: Modifying a tuner value remotely from the portals

Deleted

You can use this option to filter out the audit trail items that fall under the category of deletion.

For example: Deleting a building schedule or a vacation

Users

You can use this option to select a particular user for which you need to filter out the audit trail results.

Note: By default, "All Users" option is selected, and more than one user can be selected to filter out the results.

Date Range

You can use this option to select a date range for which you need to filter out the audit trail results

  • Click the calendar icon.

The calendar is displayed as follows:

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You can select a date range or you can select an option from the options available (at the bottom), ranging from a day, a week, a month, 6 months to a year.

 

Search

You can use this option to search for a specific keyword under the value column, and filter out the audit trail results for the particular keyword.

Download

You can use this option to download the Audit Trail results in .xls format for your reference.

Note: You can download the complete list, and not just the row displayed per page.

Rows per page

You can use this option to view more results per page.

Note: Options range from 25 to 1000 rows per page incremented in 75 and 100 rows.

Previous and Next list pages You can use this option to view the previous and next pages of the Audit Trail results, if there are more results than specified in the row per page field.
Services level Filters

You can use these options to filter the results for changes made under a particular module or service

The following table explains the filter option available under this field and the aspects covered under each module or service.

Module/Service Description
All

You can use this option to list the changes made from all the modules and services in the system.

Remote Tuners

You can use this option to filter out the changes made from the tuner sections in the Portals and the app.

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CCU Tuners

You can use this option to filter out the changes made from the tuner sections in the CCU.

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Remote Reconfiguration

You can use this option to filter out the changes made as a part of reconfiguration in the Portals and the app.

CCU Reconfiguration

You can use this option to filter out the changes made as a part of reconfiguration in CCU

User Intent

You can use this option to filter out the changes made from the user intent sections of portals and the CCU.

Schedules

You can use this option to filter out the changes made from the schedules section in  portals and the CCU, all changes related to schedules and vacations are displayed under this section.

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Alerts Configuration

You can use this option to filter out the changes made from the alerts configuration section in portals and the CCU.

Note: You can select more than one module or service from the above-mentioned options to filter out the results in the Audit trail page.

| Sorting List Items

The top-down arrow mceclip9.png button in the fields Date|Time, Action, Site, Category, and User Details indicates that the audit trails list results can be sorted.

You can use this option to sort the results in ascending or descending order of values in the fields.

Please note that the default time range view for the page will be of the present-day timestamp.

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| Audit Trail Message Enhancements

This is a feature implementation in the 75F system. This breaks down the messages in the audit trail further into finer details. It also provides enhanced visibility for the users, in the messages. 

Desired Temperature Change, Schedule change, and Occupancy type user intent messages in the audit trail were really generic and did not provide enough details to make enough sense of them.

Users were really not sure from where exactly the user intents changed or originated, whether the user intents changed from the edge devices or the scheduler in the portals and CCU?

Also for the sensor data, the messages did not support information as, to what type of sensor the messages originated. Was it from a Multi Sensor or from sensors in the edge devices HelioNode/OTN/HyperStat?

User Intent Breakdown

As a part of the above enhancement, the user intent type messages would start displaying the actual point of origin for the change in the "Who" field in the Audit trail.

The desired temp change type user intent messages will display one of the following under the "Who" field in the audit trail:

  • Portals
  • CCU
  • HyperStat
  • HelioNode
  • SmartNode
  • HyperStat Split

Below are a few references from Site Explorer.

Illustration

A desired temp change from the HyperStat edge device.

User intent breakdown in Audit Trail.

 

 

The occupancy sensor triggers type user intent messages will display one of the following under the "Who" field in the audit trail.

  • HyperStat Occupancy Sensor
  • HelioNode Occupancy Sensor
  • SmartNode Occupancy Sensor
  • HyperStat Split Occupancy Sensor
  • OTN Occupancy Sensor

The Schedule change type user intent messages will display one of the following under the "Who" field in the audit trail:

  • CCU Scheduler
  • Portal Scheduler

Below are a few references from Site Explorer.

 

Noise Cancellation

As another part of the enhancement, the noises for the occupancy type, forced occupied, and the timer reset for such forced occupied triggers had been taken care.

From now on there will be just one user intent message for the forced occupied type of occupancy and not a user intent message for every minute of the occupancy.

Also, the forced occupied timer will no longer reset itself for every minute of occupancy and will consider only the first minute of occupancy to start the timer.

| Audit trail for Remote Commands

The audit trail also supports the Tracing and receipt of the Remote tuner commands,.

A remote tuner command triggered for any of the following

CCU upgrade,

CM restart,

CCU restart etc... 

Is now available on the audit trail page under a new type of service level Remote Commands

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The remote command status can also be traced using the Binoclour icon next to the audit record, as below.

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