Does it exist? The fact I can't see anything I am guessing no.
Any options to perform some form of audit trail with an installation of AF v1.3, typically connecting/modifying AFElements using AFExplorer.
There is auditing built into AF but its turned off by default. See the AFDIAG.exe command line utility for more info.
AFDIAG.EXE is not available for versions of AF prior to AF2.1
I have what I need for now. Just used a Data Reference that when a new instance is created by AFExplorer, it will add an event handler for each AFAttribute that is a configuration item. When a change is made to an Element with that DataReference defined for one of the attributes, then it prompts the user for a reason (just like AFCase adjustments)...all via AFExplorer. It reduces switching auditing on for all possible objects (if this option had been available for AF v1.3) as we are only concerned with certain elements.
I think this is a better, smarter way of doing it... especially if you don't need full-blown auditing on all items.
When you reference an AFAttribute of an AFElement, does that cause all other AFAttributes to be loaded?
Yes, unless you first call AFElement.LoadAttribute(IList<AFElement>, IList<AFAttributeTemplate>). See the "Loading Partial Elements" example in the AFSDK help file for details. (Examples\Bulk Load Example\Loading Partial Elements)
Brill, thanks Chris. (I don't want to load all Attributes in some scenarios)
Chris, just realised you are refering to AFSDK v2.x not 1.3.So I guess you have to load the whole Element in AF 1.3.
Correct. AF 1.3 has no 'partial' load function.
Oky koky...thanks for the prompt answer.
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