Passing Additional Audit Information – Oracle Fusion Middleware

The WebLogic Security providers implement the appropriate AuditEvent interfaces and post those events to the Audit provider. The audit events that also implement the AuditContext interface can provide more information via a ContextHandler.

Below lists theĀ weblogic.security.spi subinterfaces that extend the AuditEvent SSPI, and indicates which subinterfaces implement the AuditContext interface.

Table 10-1 Audit Events

Audit Event Name Interface Class Audit Event Audit Context
Application Version Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditApplicationVersionEvent Yes No
Authentication Audit Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditAtnEvent Yes No
Authentication Audit Event V2 weblogic.security.spi.AuditAtnEventV2 Yes Yes
Authorization Audit Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditAtzEvent Yes Yes
CertPathBuilder Audit Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditCertPathBuilderEvent Yes Yes
CertPathValidator Audit Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditCertPathValidatorEvent Yes Yes
Configuration Audit Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditConfigurationEvent Yes Yes
Credential Mapping Audit Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditCredentialMappingEvent Yes Yes
Life Cycle Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditLifecycleEvent Yes No
Audit Management Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditMgmtEvent Yes No
Policy Audit Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditPolicyEvent Yes No
Policy Consumer Audit Event weblogic.security.service.internal.PolicyConsumerAuditEvent AuditPolicyEvent No
Provider Audit Record com.bea.security.spi.ProviderAuditRecord Yes Yes
Role Consumer Audit Event weblogic.security.service.internal.RoleConsumerAuditEvent AuditRoleEvent Yes
Role Deployment Audit Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditRoleDeploymentEvent Yes No
Role Mapping Audit Event weblogic.security.spi.AuditRoleEvent Yes Yes

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