LBI Auditing Part 3a – Overview of Framework Service Admin Audit Reports

In LBI Auditing Part 2, we went over setting up admin audit reports in LBI. In this article we will go over the Framework Service (FS) portion of reports.


FS01.FS Content:

This report may contain a lot of data and can take longer to generate. It displays dashboard, module, and content links. Couple with this type of data, you will be able to see user ownership, security type, shared/view access, create and modified date data.


Column NameDescription
Dashboard-Module-LinksCreated content name, shared/not shared.
Item SpecifyType of content (Dashboard, Module, Link).
OwnerOwner of content
Shared toUser or groups that have access, specific sharing rights.
Security SpecifyShows whether shared access is public, from a user, or group.
View AccessViewing rights from users or groups (design rights or not).
Modified DateLast logged date the content has been changed/modified.
Creation DateDate in which the content was created.


FS02.User/Group Access on FS Content:

This report shows what content a user or group has access to.

Column NameDescription
IDThe ENPTREEENTRYID where the user belongs to.
User/GroupUser/Group Name and their access to certain content.
Security SpecifyAccess Type: public, user, or group.
Access ItemsContent each user has access to.
Item SpecifyType of content (Dashboard, Module, Link).
Creation DateDate in which the content was created.


FS03.Top Viewed Links in Framework Services:

Links that are captured and logged in the database if the Auditing feature is turned on. (See LBI Auditing Part 1 of how to set this up.)

Column NameDescription
NamesNames of the FS Links.
Access ViewUser access.
Access ValueAccess level to a certain user or group (if public at all).
Views CountHow many times a link was viewed


For more details on these admin audit reports, check out Part 3b “Overview of Reporting Service Admin Audit Reports” and Part 3c “Overview of Service Now Admin Audit Reports” (coming soon).