Accessing Object History Programmatically Using the SDK

Accessing Object History Programmatically Using the SDK

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I wrote a quick sample console application to show how to use the SDK to access the history information about objects.  The output looks like this:

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In this example, I created an incident and then changed the title on it.  That created two “transactions”.  Each transaction has its own date/time stamp and an indication of which user initiated the transaction (FABRIKAM\Administrator).  Then each of the property value changes are listed and then the relationship add/remove actions that happened.

The code itself is a little bit tricky to figure out on your own, but with the example below it should be pretty easy to figure out:

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I’ve attached the code project as an attachment to this blog post.

Attachment: History.zip
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  • Very good

  • I am curious as to how to do this in SQL. I am aware of the transaction tables, but have had trouble getting all history for an incident.

  • How to get the history for the object loaded via a custom connector on the "History" Tab?

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