This is possible if u have SQL Logs. I am not sure if you have any other way.
In case the record was deleted using workflows, possibly there will an entry in the arerror.log for "Application-delete-entry" command.
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Can you give a try at form "CTM:AuditLogSystem"?
I made a test on 7.6.04 sp2 and if someone tryes to change status it's logged there.
Once status is set to manually "Delete" I tried to delete the people (and it deleted it of course ) but it created another line in the "CTM:AuditLogSystem" so you should find the information you seek in this form I guess.
It's action "8".
In the CTM:AuditLogSystem form we can see the status of the record but not the user name or login Id so if you remember the User name or Persion Id then we can Identify who has been deleted the reocrd.
We could not see the Deleted user name or login Id and only the Persion Id is availabe but we can see the who has been modifed the People record.
@Laurent: Please correct me if am wrong
Just a wild thought. I do not have a system handy to check my theory which goes like this.
When a person record is created there is a record created in the Person Class. Can you check if this record exists and if Yes, checking the Last Modified By and Date might help.
Keep us posted.
Very good thought actually...but again it depends on the version, if it is 7604 the synch does not work as expected...but as Aditya has suggested you can try either making some changes to the record in BMC_Person class and promote it again....should create a record in the CTM:People form...
Ashwanth, did you find the solution? If yes, please share if ok.
Just a thought to share....
Although i am not sure how you can get the details of the user who deleted the record in this scenario but i have seen a small application (With few forms and workflows) which will store the user details who View/write, IP address of the client, Inc/Prob/Chg/Ppl ID, Form name etc.,
Basically it logs the above information once the user opens and save any record. I think this has been implemented only to some important forms like Incident, Change, Problem... and the requirement came from the security requirements. May be for you it is a good start to develop this requirement in your environment