Is there a way to find out the ip addresses of every login for the past 2 weeks

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for all of my users I think someone is hacking us!!

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Why do you think that someone is hacking you?  ie since tracking those IP addresses may not be possible.  btw, you can limit access to just certain IP addresses.  Did you know that?  ie if the app is only supposed to be used from your office.
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clients are getting calls from the same competitor as soon as we add them to the database, it is a former employee so i really want to catch them in the act.
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I suggest contacting QuickBase Support to see if they have tools for that.  The alternative would be to Copy the app and move your real users to a new App.  Then leave the old one their as bait and load it with fake leads that you can then trap the person into calling.  You would need to know which userid they are coming in on, so that you would leave it active on their bait app, and  block it on the Copy app.
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Hi,

As an app manager for a decent sized company, I often wonder about all the analytic data that I'm missing out on.  This is where the Image Onload Technique (https://haversineconsulting.quickbase.com/db/bgcwm2m4g?a=dr&rid=93) comes in handy.  You can very easily set up an IP sniffer using the IOLT, as well as other analytic scripts.  If you own a separate webserver, you don't have to do any work at all, simply host clear2x2.gif on your webserver, plaster the IOLT all throughout QuickBase, and go to your webservers built in analytics.

Scott
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I like you wordage: plaster the IOLT all throughout QuickBase

I think of  the image on load field [-] as the 6th builtin field as it is the first field I add to every table because it will eventually come in handy to solve some inevitable future promlem.

FWIW, on some version of QuickBase (the enterprise version perhaps) you can customize the headers to include unrestricted HTML so you can do something similar to IOLT to load user supplied script on every page - not just pages where you can embed the image onload field. So you could implement your own analytics or just about any othe feature you could want..