Finding Audit logs for actions in your Lentune Invoice Automation system.
Several areas in the Lentune program track actions that have been performed. These are useful for troubleshooting, to ascertain what might have happened, who has taken what action and when. This allows you to audit transactions and, if necessary, adjust access or provide training to Users.
Audit logs show the Date, User and Event for the action.
Invoice Automation Invoice Audit Log
To find the Audit Log for an Invoice:
- Go to Invoice Automation > Check or Approve.
- Select the invoice you wish to view.
- Click More.
- Click Audit logs.
Purchase Order Audit Log
To find the Audit Log for a Purchase Order:
- Go to Invoice Automation > Purchase Orders.
- Select the Purchase Order you want to investigate.
- Click the Actions tab.
- Click Show audit logs.
Audit Logs in Invoices and Purchase Orders
You can see an Audit Log of Invoice Automation events, and search these by Date range, User or Data type.
- Go to Administration.
- Scroll to the foot of the left column.
- Select Audit Logs.
This takes you to the Search screen, where you can search by Data change action, User, Data type, Start date and End date.
- Click Advanced search for more search options.
- Select the options you require.
- Click Search.
Manager Audit Logs
In Administration Settings, you can also view manager audits.
- Go to Administration > Settings.
- Go to the right column and scroll down to the Audit section.
There are two options:
- Audit database manager.
- Audit document manager.
- Click Audit database manager.
Here you can see the audit trail of Database manager changes.
- Click Audit Document Manager.
Here you can see the audit trail of Document manager changes.
Payable Account Audit Logs
To view Audit logs for changes made to any DS Payable (Payable Account):
- Go to Administration > Payables.
- Select the Payable Account you wish to view.
- Click Audit Log.
The Audit log will be displayed.
- Click Cancel to exit the sccreen.
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Last updated: 10 March 2022