Yes, I've some records, but the records that I need to complement my report, like "ViewReport", "CreateEmailSubscription", "DeleteEmailSubscription", "UpdateEmailSubscription" or "CreateReport" is not showing between the dates that I've mentioned before.
I've another question to do to you. I'm feeling so frustrated with the audit log from Power BI. I'm trying to catch the susbscriptions, but it's a completely messy. My idea, is to have all active subscriptions in my organizational workspace, this because anyone can create subscriptions and I'm lost because I can only see my susbscriptions and it's hard to manage something like this.
I'll give to you an example from yesterday, assuming that I've another 2 subscription active:
1. Have created a subscription - Shows in audit log "CreateEmailSubscription", and for total I've 3 active subscriptions.
2. Then I've updated this subscription, changing something - Shows in audit log "UpdateEmailSubscription".
3. Finnaly I've deleted the subscription and for my amazement I cant relate the deleted subscription with anything, I can't see wich was from the 3 active subscriptions, deleted.
This is soo frustating and it isn't reliable the audit log.
Searching for activities that occurred over 90 days ago only returns activities from users who are assigned the appropriate licensing for long-term audit log retention. Also, results might be impacted by the retention duration of any audit log retention policies. For example, if you have a policy set up to retain activity for 6 months, and you search for activity from one year ago, you'll only see related activity from the past 6 months.
When you make changes in the PBI, you will see relevant information in the audit log after half an hour. You can click moreinformation for more details.
If you want to know how many subscriptions are in the dashboard, you can check it directly in the PBI service-setting.
If it doesn’t solve your problem, please feel free to ask me.
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Of course, I understand what you have said and you have completely reason. For now, I've already passed that question, my focus at this moment are the last 30 day's.
In my perspective, I've to deny what you have said. Because, I've tested and I'm sure you can only see your subscriptions in the report, if someone else create a subscription, you I'll not see that subscription in PBI Service, unelse you know another way to see or you have permissions above admin, like a super admin.
If you expand in the audit log, for more information, using a record "DeletedEmailSubscription", you won't see what Subscription you have deleted. Try to create two similiar e-mail subscritpions, only change a single parameter to distinguish them. And then delete one of them, go to the Audit Log and see if you know from the audit log what subscription you have deleted.