Delete

DeleteClaimDefinition


Whenever a claim is deleted, the main reference you will have for this is the EntityId. If you want to know which claim was deleted, you can use this EntityId to look in the other audit tables that will have registered information on the object when inserted and updated.

[Table].[Column] storing log information Description of information stored
[AuditEvent].[EventType] Identifies the event by the value in this column being DeleteClaimDefinition.
[AuditEvent].[UTCTimestamp] Specifies the date and time in UTC that the event occurred.
[AuditEvent].[UserName] Saves the unique identity bearing claim in the Username column if this action is carried out by a federated user. The federated user might or might not exist in the Identify database; he will still be registered.
[AuditEvent].[ApplicationId] Stores the name of the service provider from where the deletion was made. This will either be the Identify*Admin site or the Identify*Service site.
[Tombstone].[EntityId] All claim records are identified by a unique identifier. This column registers this unique identifier in order to identify the specific user that the event in question occurred to.

DeleteOrganization


Whenever an organization is deleted, the main reference you will have for this is the EntityId. If you want to know which organization was deleted, you can use this EntityId to look in the other audit tables that will have registered information on the object when inserted and updated.

[Table].[Column] storing log information Description of information stored
[AuditEvent].[EventType] Identifies the event by the value in this column being DeleteOrganization.
[AuditEvent].[UTCTimestamp] Specifies the date and time in UTC that the event occurred.
[AuditEvent].[UserName] Saves the unique identity bearing claim in the Username column if this action is carried out via a federated user. The federated user might or might not exist in the Identify database; he will still be registered.
[AuditEvent].[ApplicationId] Stores the name of the service provider from where the deletion was made. This will either be the Identify*Admin site or the Identify*Service site.
[Tombstone].[EntityId] All organization records are identified by a unique identifier. This column registers this unique identifier in order to identify the specific organization that the event in question occurred to.

DeleteProtocalConnection


Whenever a Protocol Connection is deleted, the main reference you will have for this is the EntityId. If you want to know which Protocol Connection was deleted, you can use this EntityId to look in the other audit tables that will have registered information on the object when inserted and updated.

[Table].[Column] storing log information Description of information stored
[AuditEvent].[EventType] Identifies the event by the value in this column being DeleteProtocolConnection.
[AuditEvent].[UTCTimestamp] Specifies the date and time in UTC that the event occurred.
[AuditEvent].[UserName] Saves the unique identity bearing claim in the Username column if this action is carried out via a federated user. The federated user might or might not exist in the Identify database; he will still be registered.
[AuditEvent].[ApplicationId] Stores the name of the service provider from where the deletion was made. This will either be the Identify*Admin site or the Identify*Service site.
[Tombstone].[EntityId] All Protocol Connection records are identified by a unique identifier. This column registers this unique identifier in order to identify the specific Protocol Connection that the event in question occurred to.

DeleteUser


Whenever a user is deleted, the main reference you will have for this is the EntityId. If you want to know which user was deleted, you can use this EntityId to look in the other audit tables that will have registered information on the object when inserted and updated.

[Table].[Column] storing log information Description of information stored
[AuditEvent].[EventType] Identifies the event by the value in this column being DeleteUser.
[AuditEvent].[UTCTimestamp] Specifies the date and time in UTC that the event occurred.
[AuditEvent].[UserName] Saves the unique identity bearing claim in the Username column if this action is carried out via a federated user. The federated user might or might not exist in the Identify database; he will still be registered.
[AuditEvent].[ApplicationId] Stores the name of the service provider from where the deletion was made. This will either be the Identify*Admin site or the Identify*Service site.
[Tombstone].[EntityId] All user records are identified by a unique identifier. This column registers this unique identifier in order to identify the specific user that the event in question occurred to.

DeleteLdapAttributeDefinition


Whenever an LDAP attribute definition is deleted, whether it be through Identify*Admin or Identify*Services, the insertion will be registered under the DeleteLdapAttributeDefinition event type.

[Table].[Column] storing log information Description of information stored
[AuditEvent].[EventType] Identifies the event by the value in this column being DeleteLdapAttributeDefinition
[AuditEvent].[UTCTimestamp] Specifies the date and time in UTC that the event occurred.
[AuditEvent].[UserName] Saves the unique identity bearing claim in the Username column if this action is carried out via a federated user. The federated user might or might not exist in the Identify database; he will still be registered.
[AuditEvent].[ApplicationId] Stores the name of the service provider from where the deletion was made. This will either be the Identify*Admin site or the Identify*Service site.
[Tombstone].[EntityId] All claim records are identified by a unique identifier. This column registers this unique identifier in order to identify the specific LDAP attribute that the event in question occurred to.

DeleteCorrelationError


Whenever a correlation error is deleted, the deletion will be registered under the DeleteCorrelationError event type.

[Table].[Column] storing log information Description of information stored
[AuditEvent].[EventType] Identifies the event by the value in this column being DeleteCorrelationError.
[AuditEvent].[UTCTimestamp] Specifies the date and time in UTC that the event occurred.
[AuditEvent].[UserName] Saves the unique identity bearing claim in the Username column if this action is carried out via a federated user. The federated user might or might not exist in the Identify database; he will still be registered.
[AuditEvent].[ApplicationId] Stores the name of the service provider from where the insert was made. This will either be the Identify*Runtime site or the Identify*Service site.
[AuditCorrelationError].[CorrelationId] All correlation error records are identified by a unique identifier. This column registers this unique identifier in order to identify the specific correlation error that the event in question occurred to.
[AuditCorrelationError].[Source] Registers the source where the user experiences an error report.
[AuditCorrelationError].[UserReport] Registers the user comment on the error.

DeleteClaimSet


Whenever a claim set is deleted, the main reference you will have for this is the EntityId. If you want to know which claim set was deleted, you can use this EntityId to look in the other audit tables that will have registered information on the object when inserted and updated.

[Table].[Column] storing log information Description of information stored
[AuditEvent].[EventType] Identifies the event by the value in this column being DeleteClaimSet.
[AuditEvent].[UTCTimestamp] Specifies the date and time in UTC that the event occurred.
[AuditEvent].[UserName] Saves the unique identity bearing claim in the Username column if this action is carried out via a federated user. The federated user might or might not exist in the Identify database; he will still be registered.
[AuditEvent].[ApplicationId] Stores the name of the service provider from where the deletion was made. This will either be the Identify*Admin site or the Identify*Service site.
[Tombstone].[EntityId] All claim records are identified by a unique identifier. This column registers this unique identifier in order to identify the specific user that the event in question occurred to.