Setting up a SQL Table Audit to Track User Activity

How to set up a SQL Table Audit on the ACTIVITY table to track the activity of a user logging in or out of Dynamics GP.

In order to capture a user login to Dynamics GP, you must use a SQL Table audit on the ACTIVITY Table.  The steps to do this are:

  1. Login to GP as the sa user.
  2. Navigate to Microsoft Dynamics GP | Tools | Setup | Auditor | Audit Groups.
  3. In the Audit Groups window, you can select the System Group (if one exists), or create a new group by entering a Group ID and Group Description.
  4. Click the plus sign on the right side of the body of the window and select SQL Table Audit.
  5. In the SQL Tables window that opens, type Activity in the Search field and tab off the field.
  6. Double-click ACTIVITY as shown below:

  1. In the Auditor SQL Table Maintenance window that opens, check the following:
    • Under Tracking options, check all three – Adds, Deletes, Changes.
    • The Audit box for USERID and CMPNYNAM
    • The Ref box for LOGINDAT and LOGINTIM as shown below:

  1. Click OK to close the Auditor SQL Table Maintenance window.
  2. Click Save in the Group Maintenance window.
  3. Close the Group Maintenance window.



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