Ordit is a Kohana 3.x module that adds automatic auditing to the Official ORM module.

Ordit is a transparent extension that audits all CUD actions on your objects. It includes a Log Viewer to view all Audit logs.

Getting started

Before we use Ordit, we must enable the modules required

    'database' => MODPATH.'database',
    'orm' => MODPATH.'orm',
    'ordit' => MODPATH.'ordit',

[!!] Ordit requires the ORM module (plus its dependencies) to work.

Setting up the database

You need to create a table in your database to hold all your logs.

A script is included in the module named ordit_logs.sql The script is for a mysql database running the InnoDB engine.

The table is configured as follows:

Table Name :: 
Columns ::
    `model` CHAR(50) NOT NULL,
    `action` CHAR(7) NOT NULL,
    `values` TEXT NOT NULL,
    `user` CHAR(50) NOT NULL,

Overriding the Ordit::get_username Method

In order to provide the current logged in user's username for auditing, create a class in your classes folder named Ordit that extends the Model_Ordit class. Then override the get_username method to return the current logged in user's username. The example below uses the default Auth module.

class Ordit extends Model_Ordit
    protected function get_username()
        return Auth::instance()->get_user()->username;

Auditing Your Models

To enable auditing of your ORM models, you simple extend Ordit.

class Model_Model extends Ordit

Any CREATE, UPDATE and DELETE actions are automatically and transparently logged. You don't have to do anything else.

Viewing Your Logs

The module includes a log viewer.

You can view logs at (http://site_root/ordit)

[!!]The log viewer was modified from Kohana Log Viewer viewer.


Log Changes to Related Modules

Currently, changes to related modules are logged as an empty array.

Improve Viewer

Add pagination to the log results

Add ability to search by currently undefined parameters