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Posted on 2013-06-17
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This might be a simple question but I am hoping to save time here. I want to build a report to show User Profile creation by month. Using SSRS and SQL.

I assumed that SharePoint would have all the create\update timestamps that I would need but it is not the case.

I looked at a few Log tables but I can't find for sure the right place to know when a user profile got created.

Does anyone know the actually place in the DB where the create date might be? if it is in a log table, please comment on the data retention of that table.

Thanks!

Vincent
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I'm not in a position to check myself right now, but I believe you can find a created date in the ProfileDB and the UserProfile_Full table.

I can check later if you need help confirming
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