New answers tagged auditing
You can use T-SQL on the Content Database. Use [ContentDbName] EXEC sp_spaceused AuditData As far as I'm aware, there is no SSOM to expose just storage used by Audit data.
Yes, a list item has both an ID (integer: 1, 2, 3...) and a UniqueId (a GUID). You can get the UniqueId of a given item you know the ID of with PowerShell: $web = Get-SPWeb http://<URL> $list = $web.Lists["<ListName>"] $item = $list.GetItemById(<Integer_ID>) $item.UniqueId You can get the same all client-side by requesting the REST ...
I don't know any out of the box tools that can provide this information. First you need to make a list of things you need to monitor, then use PowerShell script to monitor those. For example if you want to monitor new web applications then use PowerShell script to get the number of web applications, and log that information as it runs each time. Schedule ...
I believe this is done on purpose. The reasoning behind it, is you do not want anything that you made to be saved. SharePoint reverts to the previous version and ignores any updates made to the item. The only thing I can think of is for you to write an Event Receiver that fires on ItemUncheckingOut. This should trap the user who performed that step and ...
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