I’m supporting an instance of RT, and have a requirement to log all queries made in RT by our users, including all terms used to create the query.
I can capture the terms used in Simple Searches as part of a POST request within the Apache logs, so that problem is solved.
But I can’t find any mechanism for logging the terms used to build more complex queries in the Query Builder. I’ve turned on the Statement log, and all other logging, at ‘info’ level. However, RT still doesn’t capture the information I need. The only place I’ve found this information stored at all is within the a_session longblob in the sessions table on the database - but it’s not that nice to extract the individual terms from that. I’ve also looked on the Wiki and the forums without luck.
Is there anything I’m missing here, or will this involve some customisation?
I’m using version 3.8.9, on a MySQL version 5.1.52.
Many thanks in advance,
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