|Column Name||Description||Datatype||Length||Allow Nulls||Default||Formula|
|EL_EVENT_ID||The record ID.||int||4|
|EL_CREATION_DATE||The time this log was created according to the database server clock.||datetime||4|
|EL_PROJECT_UID||The unique ID of the project on which the event occurred.||varchar||36|
|EL_RESPONSIBLE_USER||The user that initiated the event. If applicable to the event, this can be "System" or a user name.||varchar||60|
The name of the event that was inserted to the event pool. For example: QC_createProject, QC_deleteProject, PC_startRun, PC_vuGenIntegrationFailed, and so on.
The general type of the event. Possible values are: N/A, Info, Warning, or Error.
|EL_SOURCE||The source application or extension of the event. For example, N/A, QC, PC, and so on.||varchar||50|
|EL_CATEGORY||The category of the event. For example, N/A, System, Applicative, Security, and so on.||varchar||50|
|EL_MODULE||The module on which the event occurred.||varchar||50|
|EL_SUB_MODULE||The sub-module on which the event occurred.||varchar||50|
|EL_ACTION||The operation this entry is related to. For example, Delete, Activate, Restore, and so on.||varchar||50|
|EL_CONTEXT||The context of the event. For example, Machine name, Run ID, Script name, Asynchronous task, Site Administration, and so on.||varchar||100|
|EL_DESCRIPTION||Information on the event.||varchar||2000|
Indicates if the event can be deleted. The flag applies to deletes from the QC UI and by the QC system's purging job. "Y" or "N"
Link between multiple events with the same logical operator.
This identifier is the Context column in the detailed server log and can be used to filter messages.