Hi, hopefully Google Translate got this right:
Question: I want to output the "reference history" as a log with the monitoring log function.
I am using Jira Software. In the audit log function, the history of the member who "updated the item" is output, but the log of the person who simply logged in and viewed the screen does not remain. From the viewpoint of unauthorized use, I would like to log in to Jirasoftware and see the history of people who have referred to screen transitions / contents. Is there such a setting / function?
I know that NGINX or Apache proxy logs would show what pages had been accessed, but not who viewed them. (Ah the old days of basic HTTP auth...)
@Nic Brough _Adaptavist_ had a similar idea back in 2018:
Adding to that thread in 2020, @Tetiana Khenkina _Enhancera_ wrote:
Henrik, it might be a bit late for you, but our recently released Access Log for Jira add-on is aimed at providing full access log functionality for Jira content and should satisfy your requirements. Please give it a try and let us know what you think.
But as I expected, it is for Server and Data Center only, not cloud.
Not aware of any other solutions, and it seems like it might be fairly difficult in cloud, as this would need to tie into authentication/login data that is probably fairly strictly locked down.
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