is it possible in Guardium to run from cli a report (as audit process) specifing time range and exporting the results to csv? I would like to run a report for each one day of month (separately) and export to csv file.
In documentation I have found a command create_ad_hoc_audit_and_run_once but documentation does not say how to get ReportId and what kind of parameters I can pass to that command:
"taskParameter All task parameters and the value for each concatenated with
"^^" should be like: PAR1=Val1^^PAR2=Val2^^ etc it is valid to leave a parameter
empty, for example if PAR2 should remain empty it will look like:
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Re: Audit process from command line with specified timeframe and csv exported2013-03-07T07:02:29Z in response to SystemAdminYes,
because I want to run the same audit process for x days per 1 day. That means that I want to run audit process containing 8 reports for each day for a month and save the result in csv file (just to be able to export to external system). If I had to do it via gui, I have to run manually 31 audit processess for January. And changing for each report time-frame which is really time consuming.
I cannot run the same audit process for 31 day time frame as the results contains too much data and "table is full" error will be displayed.
Re: Audit process from command line with specified timeframe and csv exported2013-03-08T12:13:40Z in response to SystemAdminHi, correct me if my understanding is wrong. So, you want the audit process to run every day for the same 8 reports on every month? And, you want the audit process to export the report to csv file, correct?
Re: Audit process from command line with specified timeframe and csv exported2013-03-11T06:15:45Z in response to SystemAdminI want to run manually one audit process which contains 6 reports for each day seprately, e.g. once for one day, once for the next day, etc. I do not want to do it everyday (scheduled audit process is ok for that), but to do it for x days back. Something like repeat daily audit process fro the past x days.