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I installed this package and then selected both 1 day and 10 day and clicked the little search icon but I see no logs.
Do I need to do something else?
I know there are log entires because I can view them in the database!
I just checked and I'm experiencing the same thing when both fields are just set to "all". I don't know if this is intended behaviour or not. But I would expect it to return some log entries.
Seems that the same thing happens when Log type is set to all and a specific user is selected.
But if you pick a certain log type and pick either a specific or all users then it returns the logged entries.
I experience the same "error". But if I choose all in the Log Type-field, and picks a user(eg. Administrator) in the User-field, I get log entries just like I want.
What I'm trying to say is that I only experience the problem when both the Log Type-field and the User-field is set to all.
I think it's by design, so that there's a limit to the amount of data that is returned. You have to select either a user, and/or a type. In fact it says: "You can not search log entries for all log types and all users.
Select a single log type or user instead." right below the drop downs.
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