You can monitor overall usage from Setup | Data.com Administration | Prospector Users
Or, you also can run a report with report type "Data.com Users and Usage". This report will show:
- When is the transaction (created date)
- Who is the user (created by)
- Purchase Type (added or exported)
- Purchase Count (number of records exported or added)
But if you want to drill-down to details of the contacts or accounts added, the report will not show you that information.
Solution: use SOQL
There are 2 objects related to this DatacloudPurchaseUsage and DatacloudOwnedEntity.
1. DatacloudPurchaseUsage - this object will store all purchase history.
Sample query: SELECT Id, Name, Usage, DatacloudEntityType, PurchaseType, User.Name, CreatedDate FROM DatacloudPurchaseUsage WHERE Id = '09Fo0000000RZ7sEAG'
2. DatacloudOwnedEntity - this object will store each contact or account exported or added to Salesforce.
Sample query: SELECT Id, Name, PurchaseUsageId, DataDotComKey, DatacloudEntityType, PurchaseType, User.Name, CreatedDate FROM DatacloudOwnedEntity WHERE PurchaseUsageId = '09Fo0000000RZ7sEAG'
Even there is no Contact Name or Company Name recorded in this object, but there are a few pointers:
1. Data.com Key - you can match this key to match with data exported or added to Salesforce
2. DatacloudEntityType - 0 = Contact and 1 = Company
3. PurchaseType - 0 = added and 1 = export
As you see, DatacloudOwnedEntity object is a lookup to DatacloudPurchaseUsage object, via field PurchaseUsageId. For you that familiar with SOQL, as you see above queries using child-to-parent query. However, when try to use the parent-to-child query, it is just not possible. Further check, I do not see DatacloudOwnedEntity as child relationship from DatacloudPurchaseUsage.
Screenshot of child relationship taken from DatacloudPurchaseUsage
Compare to standard object child relationship, example: Opportunity to OpportunityLineItem
Addition: you can check users assigned with Data.com license from Setup | Data.com Administration | Prospector Users,
For you prefer SOQL:
SELECT Id, Name FROM User WHERE IsActive = TRUE AND UserPermissionsJigsawProspectingUser = TRUE
- Data.com Product Comparison
- Data.com API Developer Guide
- A Deeper look at SOQL and Relationship Queries on Force.com