Provides information on using Auditor to track automated processes.
A Form Audit requires a user to physically make a change in the window/form fields in order for the change to be captured by Auditor. If the automated process is not typing into the window fields, it will not capture the change. This requires the “change” scripts to run on fields. Having a process that just sets the fields doesn’t actually “change” them.
You can use a SQL Table Audit to capture these types of changes. The User ID, at the SQL level, would be the SQL user logged into SQL to perform the automation. You can create a new SQL Table Audit by going to Auditor | Audit Groups, and clicking the [+] button.