For SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) Mass Provisioning, the comma separated string representing the input mass provisioning command from the input file is logged. For SOAP Export, the operation performed is always the retrieving of data and thus the name of the operation is logged with the generic name "soapExport".
The identity of the objects being exported are as specified in the input command. The entire string entered by the operator to execute the command is logged, including all arguments passed to the application, identified explicitly with the name and the value, to describe with detail the operation being performed. defined by the operator (eg: the Start DN; the BG Name, etc.). In the case of exporting a list of DNs (Directory Numbers), the resource logged will be the one given by the -Start DN argument.
As a result of Event Logging requirements, both SOAP Export and SOAP Mass Provisioning are invoked from within the RTP CLI (Command Line Interface) Expert Mode.
It is still possible to invoke both executables from the command line for testing purposes. This is expected to be used only internally and requires knowledge of a password defined in a RTP parameter that is not customer-accessible.
Parent topic: Event Logging