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Tracking Changes with Configuration Auditing

Whenever you change the configuration of any domain resource on any server, the Admin Server issues relevant log messages recording those changes, even in cases where the configuration attempts are unsuccessful. However, the Admin Server writes those changes to its own log file on the server where it's running, not to the domain-wide message log. You can set up domain configuration auditing, consisting of an audit trail of all domain configuration changes, by enabling the WebLogic Auditing Provider. The Provider will also write the changes as audit events in its own security log.

Enabling Configuration Auditing with the Administration Console

You can use the Administration Console to set up configuration auditing by following these steps:


  

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