SanteDB iCDR carries two different auditing technologies in the default installation:
- ATNA Auditing - Which is performed over UDP or TCP with NEMA DICOM or IETF RFC3881 formatted audits. This is recommended for high traffic environments at is has little overhead.
- FHIR Auditing - Which is performed over HTTP with FHIR audit event resources.
You can only enable one audit dispatcher (FHIR OR ATNA , if you enable one the other will be disabled).
The ATNA auditing dispatch service, when enabled, will ensure that SanteDB forwards audits for events which are to be dispatched over UDP.
The IP address or host name and port to send audit messages to.
The transport which should be used to send audits. All audits are sent on SYSLOG, this controls the transport mechanism for SYSLOG.
Tcp = SYSLOG over TCP
Stcp = SYSLOG over TCP + TLS
UDP = SYSLOG Over UDP
The enterprise site identifier to use in the audit messages sent to the remote endpoint. Used to identify the logical group of SanteDB servers this iCDR belongs to.
When using STCP, the client certificate to present to the server to authenticate the local node. Your node must have the private key for this certificate.
When using STCP the public key which is expected from the server.
The format of audits that the remote endpoint is expecting.
DICOM - Use NEMA Dicom Format
RFC3881 - Use IETF RFC881 Format