Audit Trails - High Level vs Low Level

The Audit Trails tracks changes to a project's artifacts, showing who made changes, when they were made, and what changes were implemented. It helps users understand the artifact's (test case, reusable component, test suite, etc) evolution over time. 

For example - if you modify a test case state or add a new step to it, these changes will appear in the Audit Trail tab for that test case. 

Opkey provides two options to select for Audit Trails based on your project requirements. 

1. High level 

2. Low level

In the high-level project's audit trail, you'll see the names of the added steps, unlike in the low-level project's audit trail where this information is not present.

Follow the steps to track the changes made to the artifacts in Opkey. 

1. High Level

Login to Opkey and click on the Profile icon. Select App Settings from the available options. It will redirect you to the Admin Panel. 


In the Admin Panel, select Project Management from the options. Click Create Project to create a new Project. 


Enter the details of the Project Name, Audit Trial (select High Level), Plugins, User email, username, password, etc. Click on Create. 


Add steps, modify any column, or make any changes to the artifacts. All the changes can be seen in the Audit Trial Tab. 


Scroll down below to view all the changes made to the artifact from the Audit Trial tab. The added steps can be seen under New Value. 


2. Low Level

Similarly, create a project with Audit Trail as a low level. 


Create a test case on the Project and add steps. 


To view the modified changes to the artifact, check the Audit Trail tab. Note that in the Low-Level project, the test case does not display the names of the steps being added to the artifact. 


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