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Grid Export Log

SADIQUE

Member
Hi List

We have situation that one of the users has exported some critical supplier data from JDE. Is there any option to know which user exported the data.
 

Olavo Henrique Dias

Active Member
I don’t think I’ve seen any way to track who is exporting data from a grid. However, it’s likely that such feature can be disabled.

Even if we were able to track that, an user could easily just take a screenshot and thus copy the data without being caught.

Perhaps the reason why you need that is because some user exported and shared data that should not be shared. My suggestion is to lock access to certain applications thru security, so only trusted users would be able to open those applications and thus see sensitive data.

Also, block data browser as well otherwise users with a few more skills would be able to inquiry the data straight from the table.
 

Olavo Henrique Dias

Active Member
How do you disable a camera?
That was exactly my point on the post. An user could easily just take a screenshot (or even a photo with his cell phone) and copy the data without being caught, so my guess is that if he shouldn't be allowed to access sensitive data, then just block the access to the application that displays it...
 
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