I already took a look at those application logs and yes, that's close to what I need but there is a audit log file for each day and with tons of loggins. It's not possible to count those manually who logged in how many times each day.
I took also a look at the suggested tool Document Analyzer, I took a look what it provided exactly, this is what's on the website:
Version 2.8, Apr 11, 2016This tool is used to analyze the structure of a qvw. The analysis focuses on what fields are used and where. This information can be to used to tune the performance of a Document or investigate the impact of data changes.Changes for version 2.8
- Added “Missing Field” (missing Dimension) Recommendation.
- Fixed link between variable and objects that use them.
- Corrected issue with hidden fields sometimes not being detected as Key Fields.
- Warning on Tables sheet when API reports zero tables for a field.
- Using a lighter icon for the “open” links and added links on Summary sheet.
- When memstats reports non-numeric value for Field Size, it will be treated as zero.
- Added “Expression Uses Variable” field on Expressions sheet.
Added timestamps to Extract log lines.
When I look at the screenshots, it's not really clear if it's even possible to get an overview from all users who logged how many times in on a document.
Does someone got other suggestions please? Or can confirm Document Analyzer has this option?
Kind regards, Niels