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User SYSTEM changed settings SRM.STMSettingsSyncTime from xxxxxx to xxxxx in Audit logs

Updated June 12, 2018

Overview

This article details a known issue in which the audit event logs in SRM are filled every five minutes with the following logged event:

User SYSTEM changed settings SRM.STMSettingsSyncTime from 636210746642562679 to 636210749643407429

Environment

  • SRM 6.4 integrated with STM 6.2

Cause 

This is a known bug occurring in SRM 6.4.

Resolution

This issue has been resolved with the release of SRM 6.6. Please upgrade your product to SRM v6.6:

 

 

 

 

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