CA PPM does not provide an out of the box (OOTB) portlet or audit where we can check who has clicked on "Publish" button for object views. You have to analyze app-access logs and troubleshoot them, which can be a tedious and time consuming task.
But, if your CA PPM environment is running on tomcat, then we can always take advantage for LOG_DETAILS and LOG_SESSION tables
Let's see a quick example:
In my lab machine I've clicked on "Benefit Plan" and "Task" object Publish button.
As a result, portlet will show who and when has been published.
It would be nice to have it as OOTB feature. See related idea raised:
(don't be shy and vote it if you agree )
This great feature works just when environment is set to use Tomcat as Web Server. But, let's first talk about the out of the box you need to run:
Basically we can audit any information which is capture in the app-access logs. It's important you split your data in different portlets and use filters. NSQL queries may pull huge amount of records and affect you CA PPM Performance.