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Tech Tip : CA Single Sign-On : Audit table smaccessLog4 sm_eventid values

Discussion created by rahjo01.1 Employee on Jun 23, 2015

#####  Tip Description

 

The Siteminder Admin guide shows the sm_eventid in the smaccessLog4 having values from 1 to 13 as listed below . However ,sometimes you can have sm_eventid = 15 ,so what is sm_eventid = 15 ?

 

■ 1 = AuthAccept

■ 2 = AuthReject

■ 3 = AuthAttempt

■ 4 = AuthChallenge

■ 5 = AzAccept

■ 6 = AzReject

■ 7 = AdminLogin

■ 8 = AdminLogout

■ 9 = AdminReject

■ 10 = AuthLogout

■ 11 = ValidateAccept

■ 12 = ValidateReject

■ 13 = Visit

NOT NULL

NUMBER(38)

 

 

 

##### Answer

 

From the 12.52 Single Sign-On code ,sm_eventid within smaccessLog4 can have the below values ,so sm_eventid = 15 for example means that an assertion was generated based on the received request

 

AuthAccept = 1

AuthReject = 2

AuthAttempt = 3

AuthChallenge = 4

AzAccept = 5

AzReject = 6

AdminLogin = 7

AdminLogout = 8

AdminReject = 9

AuthLogout = 10

ValidateAccept = 11

ValidateReject = 12

Visit = 13

AzUnresolved = 14

AssertionGenerate = 15

VerifyCredsAccept = 16

VerifyCredsReject = 17

VerifyCredsAttempt = 18

VerifyCredsChallenge = 19

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