This page shows all logged users into Scriptcase in real time. The current page each user is accessing, the date and time of access and other information.
Username of the online user.
IP of the workstation where the user is accessing.
Date and time of log in.
Date and Time of the last know user activity in session.
Time of the user current session.
The page is the user accessing at the moment.
The Application is the user accessing at the moment. This information may return empty if the user is accessing the ScriptCase settings.
ScriptCase’s backup works similarly as the project export, but the backup does the export of all applications of your ScriptCase. To perform a backup, inform the name to generate the file.
Finally, download the generated file and save it in a secure location.
This option is similar to Project Import, however using the restore you can import more than one project at a time. When you access the restore you will see a list of backups performed recently, you will be able to restore these backups or to import a backup exported from other Scriptcase installation.
Backup generated files.
Creation date and time of the listed backups.
Deletes the backup permanently.
To restore another backup, which is not in the list, select zip restore and upload a backup file created by Scriptcase.
After choosing the backup file, confirm the restoration. You must inform if you want to overwrite duplicate files or keep the existing ones in Scriptcase.
ScriptCase stores (in the database) a log of the main actions done by the users. We can customize the log registry by selecting or not the actions that we want to store.
This option allows you to view the main actions done by the users separately by day. You can view the information of a desired date by clicking on the calendar. You can distinguish the days that have log with a blue background.
Login of the user responsible for the action.
IP of the computer that the user did the actions.
Time when the action was done.
The type of action done.
What action was done.
Details of the action;