Collect Enterprise and Collect Mobile both create records in the ST_USAGE database table when performing certain actions. There are differences between the two applications that result in ST_USAGE records being created.
Once the following actions are taken in Collect Mobile, a record is created in ST_USAGE. A Collect user logs into Collect Mobile, navigates to the Forms or Templates page in the application, downloads a template or form to their device, and pushes data to the server.
Note: If a Collect user does not have an Enterprise Basic role assigned to them at minimum, actions taken in Collect Mobile will not be recorded in ST_USAGE. The only exception is that a single record will be created for the user when a data form has been automatically pushed to EDP and the resulting EDD is committed to the database.
Once the following actions are taken in Collect Enterprise, record is created in ST_USAGE. A user logs into EQuIS Enterprise, navigates to the Collect dashboard, edits or creates a Collect template, and creates a Data Form.
•User logs into Collect Mobile compared to Collect Enterprise
oLogging into Collect Mobile is the only time that the version is checked, therefore the [siteURL]/api/collect/version record stored in ST_USAGE.HTTP_URI is the best indication that a user has logged into Collect Mobile. This differs from a user who has logged into Collect Enterprise, where [siteURL]/api/collect/version also results in a record being created in ST_USAGE.HTTP_URI. However, when the version is checked in Collect Enterprise, '?e-tag=XXXXXXX' is appended to the end of the HTTP_URI, (e.g., [siteURL]/api/collect/version?e-tag=XXXXXXX).
•User pushes a data form from Collect Mobile to the server
oWhen a Collect user pushes data to the server from Collect Mobile, a ST_USAGE.HTTP_URI record will be created with the following format:
oThis record is unique as this is the only time Collect Mobile will record the location of where the data was pushed from. Additionally, this is the only Collect Mobile record in ST_USAGE where the HTTP_VERB is 'POST'.
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