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DeshmukhVijit-2829 asked VenkateshDodda-MSFT commented

how to check write operation in azure apim

Hi Team,

We want to check which user has edited the API operation in APIM.
From where I can find the logs.
I did tried on the activity log but didn't found any write operation information

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@DeshmukhVijit-2829 Thanks for reaching out. I did tried on the activity log but didn't find any write operation information.
Can you please confirm if you are able to see the Set API policy configuration operation on the activity log for your APIM instance

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DavidBroggy-5270 answered

Hi @DeshmukhVijit-2829
You might have more luck writing your logs to a log analtyics workspace.
Here’s a link - look for the word ‘diagnostic’ for pointing the logs to a log analytics workspace.
api-management-howto-use-azure-monitor
I prefer using kql for searching my data vs the azure log UI.

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