This is something I’ve used time and time again in organizations I’ve worked for. QlikView does automatically log information when using QMS, this is different…..
Within the script code is placed that will write to an ‘Audit Log’ qvd which can be read by a further dashboard (attached). All types of information can be passed and what is up to you. Variable states, table sizes, durations, etc. Anything that will help you later debug an issue or monitor the performance.
Benefits of implementing this code become apparent when monitoring script performance or debugging script issues that arise outside office hours (or at any time).
Here is a technical guide (Audit Logging | qlikcentral)
Hope it helps and I'd love to hear your feedback
Note - Some field values in the attached dashboard have been scrambled