In this post, I’ll show you how to enable auditing in your Power Platform environment and how to view changes made to your table records in dataverse.
Let’s first look at how to enable auditing in a Dataverse / Power Platform environment, which we need to do prior to being able to audit changes on a table level. Head to the Power Platform Admin Centre, which you can access at admin.powerplatform.microsoft.com
Now you’ll want to navigate to environments and select the environment you’d like to enable auditing for.
Audit changes to records in Dataverse - Low Code Lewis
Auditing changes to records in Dataverse is a process of tracking and recording any modifications made to the data stored in a Dataverse database. This can include additions, deletions, or updates to existing data as well as other activities that involve changing the structure of the database itself. Auditing helps administrators keep track of who has accessed or modified various aspects of their system and makes it easier for them to troubleshoot problems quickly. It also serves as an additional layer of security by allowing administrators to monitor user activity on their systems more closely. Additionally, auditing allows organizations to maintain compliance with regulations such as GDPR and HIPAA by providing verifiable evidence that they are actively monitoring changes made within their databases.
Oct 5, 2022 — Dataverse auditing logs changes that are made to records and logs user access. Developers can use the tables and APIs that support the ...
Jan 20, 2022 — On the DataVerse table itself, I can go to Settings Advanced Options Check the box on 'For This Table: Audit Changes for this Data'.
Mar 2, 2022 — The auditing feature logs changes that are made to customer records and user access so you can review the activity later.