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Editing, Deleting, and Cloning Log Report Definitions

You can edit, delete, and clone log report definitions.

Editing the Log Report Definition

You can edit custom log report definitions from the Security Report Definitions page.

Procedure

To edit a custom log report definition:

  1. Select Reports > Report Definitions > Security.

    The Security Report Definitions page appears.

  2. Select the log report definition that you want to edit, and click the edit icon (pencil).

    The Edit Log Report Definition page appears, displaying the same fields that are presented when you create a log report definition.

  3. Modify the log report definition fields as needed.
  4. Click OK to save the changes or click Cancel to discard the changes.

    The Security Report Definitions page appears.

    If you click OK, a confirmation message appears on top of this page.

Deleting Log Report Definitions

You can use the Security Report Definitions page to delete one or more custom log report definitions.

Procedure

To delete one or more log report definitions:

  1. Select Reports > Report Definitions > Security.

    The Security Report Definitions page appears.

  2. Select the log report definitions that you want to delete, and click the delete icon. Alternatively, right click on the report definitions that you want to delete and select Delete Report.

    The Delete Report Definition page appears.

  3. Click Yes to delete the selected log report definitions or click No to cancel the deletion.

    The Security Report Definitions page appears.

    If you click Yes, the selected log report definitions are deleted and a confirmation message appears on top of this page.

Cloning Log Report Definitions

Cloning enables you to create a new log report definition based on an existing one.

Note You can clone predefined and custom log report definitions.

Procedure

To clone a log report definition:

  1. Select Reports > Report Definitions > Security.

    The Security Report Definitions page appears.

  2. Right-click the log report definition that you want to clone and select Clone. Alternatively, select the log report definition and then select More > Clone.

    The Clone log Report Definition page appears, displaying the same fields that are presented when you create a log report definition.

  3. Modify the log Report Definition fields as needed.
  4. Click OK to save your changes or click Cancel to discard the changes.

    The Security Report Definitions page appears.

    If you click OK, a confirmation message appears on top of this page.

    You can perform various actions on the cloned report definition. See Scheduling, Generating, Previewing, and Sharing Security Reports.

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