Using command tags to filter audit logs v16
Each entry in the log file contains a command tag, except for entries that display an error message. A command tag is the SQL command executed for that log entry. The command tag makes it possible to use tools later to scan the log file to find entries related to a SQL command.
This example is in XML form, formatted for easier review. The command tag is displayed as the
command_tag attribute of the
event element with values
ALTER ROLE, and
The following is the same example in CSV form. The command tag is the next-to-last column of each entry. In the listing, the column that appears empty (""), is the value of the
edb_audit_tag parameter, if provided.
(Each audit log entry was split and displays across multiple lines. A blank line was inserted between the audit log entries for visual clarity.)