unfortunately without changing debug level VARIABLE_ASSIGNMENT event will be displayed at FINEST Apex code debug level. (according to Debug Log Levels)
so, set debug level to FINER or less
event name: VARIABLE_ASSIGNMENT
field or information logged with event: Line number, variable name (including the variable’s namespace, if applicable), a string ...
Most event types require a subscription. Please note in the documentation:
The Insecure External Assets, Login, and Logout events are available in supported Salesforce editions at no additional cost. Contact Salesforce to purchase the remaining event types.
The feature is a paid one and please contact your AE regrading this.If you are implementing it for the first time,then you have the below options
Developer Edition org gets 30 files for 1 day data retention
You can get a 30 day trial for all 30 files for their production org: http://sfdc.co/elfTrial
You can purchase the add-on
If you saw all the 28 Event ...
Via Adam Torman - Browser and User Agent Values
User agent versions are calculated dynamically:
The first two digits are reserved for browser family/name.
The next three digits are for major version numbers, such as "008" for version 8.
The last three digits are flags for describing browser variants.
a. The first two digits can be used as ...
This information is not available in Event Monitoring feature (EventLogFile)
There's a good reason for this: It could expose sensitive data
Logging request/response for API calls would be difficult except for custom APEX REST endpoints as OOTB endpoints can't exhaustively be covered with triggers (queries would be excluded, not all sobjects support ...
The SFDC EventLog feature (part of Shield) must be licensed (although is included for Developer Edition).
If you are using an existing sandbox, make sure the sandbox licenses have been sync'd from Production org Setup | Company Information | Match Production Licenses or spin up a new sandbox from PROD.
Also note that EventLog files are always 24 hours in ...
The URI_EVENT log type records all UI accesses to any page at all, including records. Note that you can't just filter by a specific type (e.g. just event pages), so you'll need to do some post-processing.
The Lightning Inspector contains a tab which called Performance. In there, you can measure the actual page load performance like this:
With this way, you can teach your customers how they can create report like this and then you can measure what and how is going on in their browsers.
Link to the extension:
Now you can take your encryption settings with you when you deploy customizations from one org to another. You can also apply encryption to components that are already part of a change set. Your encryption settings are applied to the target org when your change set is uploaded to your target org.
Most customers try Shield Platform Encryption features in a ...
Quoting the documentation Add Attendees Without Setting Up Lightning Sync with the pre-requisite:
To allow reps to add or remove attendees in Lightning Experience and the Salesforce app, add the Attendees field to the page layout for events.
Ideally when you create Log file, it should be done in Asynchronous mode, so that System will not wait for Event Log to be generated.
So, using process or flow doesn't support asynchronous operation.
You can use trigger to store values.
The Audit Trail simply shows basic things like when an administrator modifies a page layout or creates a new user; basically it only tracks changes that are made in the Setup menu (or the SOAP/REST/Metadata/Tooling APIs when they modify items in Setup).
Event Monitoring tracks practically every single thing a user does, including API calls, running reports,...
If you haven't licensed the Event Monitoring feature, per Trailhead:
Enterprise, Unlimited, and Performance Edition organizations have free
access to the insecure external assets, login, and logout event log
files with one-day data retention. For an extra cost, you can access
all log file types with 30-day data retention.
So, you might not be able ...
If you see the same trailhead as you have mentioned, it defines Events as:
Event monitoring is one of many tools that Salesforce provides to help keep your data secure. It lets you see the granular details of user activity in your organization. We refer to these user activities as events.
As I understand and with the information available on the ...
Assuming you are talking about this mechanism Using Event Monitoring then in general you will need to use some technology other than Salesforce/Apex to do the work e.g. one of the stacks available on Heroku. You will need to write code that makes the REST web service calls, parses the data and constructs the CSV output.
The problem is that the event ...
No, I don't believe this is possible with the current Spring '17 functionality. The SOQL queries on EventLogFile have no way to combine the contents of the corresponding LogFile fields.
It wouldn't be too difficult to have a developer merge multiple CSV files from a query into a single combined one.
Otherwise you could try raising something on the idea ...
You can get the picklist values from the metadata using describes.
Set<String> eventTypes = new Set<String>();
for (PicklistEntry entry : EventLogFile.EventType.getDescribe().getPicklistValues())
They are also listed here and should have the same values:
Event monitoring can be used with 32 different ...
Currently there is no way to get that level of granularity in tracking user telemetry. Currently event monitoring is limited to login forensics.
This will likely expand in the future, so you might want to keep tabs on that, or have your sales or customer success contact person at Salesforce ask if there are any pilot programs related to this that meet your ...
Can you try this.. You are adding two times /services/data/v35.0 in your query