Performing Service Operations Using APIs > Protecting Documents with Policies > Searching for Events

Searching for Events
The Rights Management service tracks specific actions as they occur, such as applying a policy to a document, opening a policy-protected document, and revoking access to documents. Events fall into one of the following categories:
You can search for specify specific events by using the Rights Management Java API or web service API. By searching for events, you can perform tasks, such as creating a log file of certain events.
Note: For more information about the Rights Management service, see LiveCycle ES Services.
Summary of steps
To search for a Rights Management event, perform the following steps:
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Include project files
Include necessary files into your development project. If you are creating a client application using Java, then include the necessary JAR files. If you are using web services, then make sure that you include the proxy files.
Create a Rights Management Client API object
Before you can programmatically perform a Rights Management service operation, you must create a Rights Management service client object. If you are using the Java API, create a RightsManagementClient object. If you are using the Rights Management web service API, create a RightsManagementServiceService object.
Specify the events to search for
You must specify the event to search for. For example, you can search for the policy create event, which occurs when a new policy is created.
Search for the event
After you specify the event to search for, you can use either the Rights Management Java API or the Rights Management web service API to search for the event.
 

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