User Log Report Selection

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The User Log Report provides a report of all txGradebook user actions according to your specified criteria. You can run the report by user, by page, or both. The report is only available to users who log on to txGradebook with a district- level administrative ID.

Produce a report:

1.        The User Log Report Selection page is displayed allowing you to select page or user for which you want to view data.

2.        Under Primary Data Selection Options, make selections in one or both of the following fields:

      In the Page field, click drop-down arrow to select the page for which you want to view user activity.

      In the User field, click drop-down arrow to select the user for whom you want to view user activity.

If you make a selection in both fields, the results will include user actions for the user for the selected page only. You cannot select All for both fields.

3.        Under Filtering Options, make selections in one or more of the following optional fields:

      To limit your search to a particular date range, type the beginning and ending dates in the To and From date fields.

      To limit your search to a particular user action, click drop-down arrow to select  the action in the Action field.

      To limit your search further, you can type an action in the detail Action field. This is a free-form search that will return any matches that occur in the action detail column in the Gradebook Log table which stores records of all user actions. For example, you could type a student ID to locate records referencing the student ID during a specified data range.

Because of the wide range of data included in this column, it may be helpful to generate the report once without entering data in this field, and then review the data first. Upon reviewing the data contained in the Action Detail column of the report, you may identify search strings that will help you further limit the report data if needed, and then you can re-run the report with a value typed in the Action field.

4.        Select Separate data by user session if you want to group the report data by session (i.e., user ID or page, and then date-time stamp). Otherwise, the report data will be sorted by date-time stamp.

Note that a session is created each time you open a browser and request data from a server. A session ends when you close the browser or when a timeout occurs.

5.        To produce the report, click Generate. The report opens in a new window, and you can print the report from the window.

      The report selection page remains open on your desktop.

      View the User Log Report Help page for information about the report.