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How do I enable user access logging in Fisheye + Crucible?

How can user access be logged in Fisheye + Crucible?

We would like a solution that is similar to the Confluence method:

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Thank you Jobin. I did not find this, perhaps because I was looking for 2.x Fisheye. We will be upgrading soon, so this may apply.

EDIT: Found this in earlier docs too:

Will this solution log the authenticated user? The example output does not show usernames (from what I can see).

Yes, it will. Maybe the example shows anonymous usage or some other robots!

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