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Audit Trail for Web Application

 
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I am in need of a framework to perform audit trail in a web application.

The following are the details:
1. Need to capture each editable screen element's old value and new value.
2. Need to create an unique key, used to identify which record is being updated ( in case of multiple rows in an HTML table display)

I have tried using filters, but with this approach, my code is heavily dependent on javascript to capture the unique key and other crucial parameters.

Any approach/suggestion/design pattern/best practices in this scenario is most welcome.

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Try this link..

http://ajaxpatterns.org/Javascript_Logging_Frameworks

You should be able to find a logging framework that fits your needs.

Based on what you've posted, log4javascript would probably work.
 
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Lanny Gilbert wrote:Try this link..

http://ajaxpatterns.org/Javascript_Logging_Frameworks

You should be able to find a logging framework that fits your needs.

Based on what you've posted, log4javascript would probably work.



Thanks for the informative link. I will work through it
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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