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All data entry and changes for forms with the "entry" form storage mechanism are tracked. However, there is no web interface to look at this data. Instead, we suggest that you run specialized SQL queries in phpmyadmin.

We give some examples below

Tables

The following tables are relevant for making these queries:

user

This table contains a list of usernames and ids. The user's id is what is used to record data changes. Example is:

id 	username 	password 	firstname 	lastname 	email 	                        creator
4      cleitner 	XXXXX 	        Carl 	        Leitner 	cleitner@intrahealth.org 	2

Lookup id by user name

SELECT id FROM `user` WHERE username='cleitner'

which will return '4'.

form

This table is used to associate a numeric id to every form stored in the entry tables. Example is:

id      name            type
1 	marital_status 	0
2 	person 	        0

Lookup if by form name

SELECT id FROM `form` WHERE name='person'

will return '2'

record

This table is used to track new instances of all forms stored in the entry form storage mechanism.

entry

This table is used to record all edits to all forms stored in the entry form storage mechanism.

Data Entry Queries

How many new person records added

Suppose we want to get the number new people (e.g. new person forms) added since May 22, 2012 we would do something like:

SELECT count(*) FROM `record` WHERE 
form = (select id from form where name='person')
AND
last_modified >= '2012-05-22 00:00:00'

How many person records have person edited

Suppose we want to get the number person forms haven been modified added since Jan 1, 2012 we would do something like:

SELECT count(distinct(record)) FROM `entry` 
WHERE 
record in (select id from record where form = (select id from form where name='person'))
AND
date >= '2012-01-01 00:00:00'

Note: this does not include changes to child forms of the person form , such as the person_position_form.

How many records have been edited by a user

Suppose we want to get the number new people (e.g. new person forms) added since Jan 1, 2012 by the user cleitner we would do something like:

SELECT count(distinct(record)) FROM `entry` 
WHERE 
date >= '2012-01-01 00:00:00'
AND
who = (select id from user where username='cleitner' )

How many person records have been edited by a user

Suppose we want to get the number new people (e.g. new person forms) added since Jan 1, 2012 by the user cleitner we would do something like:

SELECT count(distinct(record)) FROM `entry` 
WHERE 
record in (select id from record where form = (select id from form where name='person'))
AND
date >= '2012-01-01 00:00:00'
AND
who = (select id from user where username='cleitner' )

Note: this does not include changes to child forms of the person form , such as the person_position form.

How many person or person_position records have been edited by a user

Suppose we want to get the number person forms haven been modified added since Jan 1, 2012 we would do something like:

SELECT count(distinct(record)) FROM `entry` 
WHERE 
record in (select id from record where form in (select id from form where name='person' or name='person_position'))
AND
date >= '2012-01-01 00:00:00'
AND
who = (select id from user where username='cleitner' )