How to know users who log-in to Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service currently?


You can see user audit report that contains who logs in PBCS by using EPM Automate.
EPM Automate generates a user audit report (.CSV file) and stores it in the inbox/outbox. This report contains information on the users who signed into a service instance over a specified period of time. It shows the IP address of the computer from which the user logged in and the date and time at which the user accessed the service instance.

[Sample: User Audit Report]

Type Of Report User Audit Report
Report Generated Date 06/08/2016

User Name IP Address Access Date and Time

prod_admin xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx June 8, 2016 04:49:10 UTC
prod_admin xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx June 7, 2016 08:34:57 UTC
test_admin xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx June 3, 2016 07:31:56 UTC

 

Steps to refer user audit report

1. If you didn’t install EPM Automate, download latest version from PBCS
1.1 login to the service via a browser with the account
1.2 Tools -> Install -> EPM Automate

2. Login to PBCS via EPM Automate

epmautomate login <USERNAME> <PASSWORD> <URL> <IDENTITYDOMAIN>

Example:
epmautomate login admin@oracle.com Pa$$w0rd https://planning-test-a123456.pbcs.us2.oraclecloud.com a123456

3. Generate a user audit report(.CSV file) and stores it in the inbox/outbox

epmautomate userauditreport <FROM_DATE> <TO_DATE> <REPORT_NAME>

Example:
epmautomate userauditreport 2016-06-03 2016-06-08 myAuditReport.CSV

4. Download the report

epmautomate downloadfile <REPORT_NAME>

If you cannot download the report, make sure the report is generated via following command;
epmautomate listfiles

5. Logout from PBCS

epmautomate logout

6. Refer the report

The report is downloaded in the directory which you run EPM Automate.

Thanks,

~KKT~

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