I cannot find the object to create a report type.
I'd like to track the who changed / replaced a document
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You can query this information using Workbench. Go to workbench.developerforce.com/query.php and login using your Salesforce credentials. Go to the SOQL query option and enter in the following:
SELECT ContentType,Description,Id,Keywords,LastModifiedById,LastModifiedDate,Name,Type FROM Document
You could also use a WHERE condition to limit results like: SELECT ContentType,Description,Id,Keywords,LastModifiedById,LastModifiedDate,Name,Type FROM Document WHERE Name = EnterNameofDocument
When you have the results, copy and paste the LastModifiedById after the / directly after .com in your browser and you will be taken to the user record of the user that made the change. For example if in my address bar I had the following: https://c.cs14.salesforce.com/apex/test2?id=001E000000nVLHM and my id in the lastModifiedById was 005E0000000d2EPIAY, then I would replace the address bar value with https://c.cs14.salesforce.com/005E0000000d2EPIAY.
No. There is no field history tracking on
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