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Requests logs

Request Logs is a section to view all execution flow results for REST, SOAP, and scheduled channels. Logs of REST and SOAP channels display external calls. Scheduled channel logs are visible after execution. However, logs for subflows are not preserved in this section.
Logs can be viewed in the Home section only. They are stored for 7 days. Therefore, the limit period for searching logs is 7 days from the current date and time.
Organizations with a free subscription plan cannot view request logs in Home, because the Free plan doesn't include any environment.
The Request Logs section in Home is available to owners and administrators only.

How to navigate to the Requests logs in HOME?

Select the environment, you need to view the logs. Click the Logs tab. All results of project calls executed in a particular environment are displayed by default.
To view the Request logs for a certain Deployment, follow these steps:
  1. 1.
    Click the Deployment tab.
  2. 2.
    Select the desired Deployment from the list.
  3. 3.
    Then, click the Requests tab to access the Request logs.
In STEP 4 of Deployment creation from HOME, the administrator can enable the collection of request logs. By default, this collection is disabled.
These settings cannot be changed during the process of building, compiling, and deploying the environment. Such changes should be made in advance.

How to view the log Details?

Each log entry contains detailed information, and content depending on the type of the flow channel (REST, SOAP, scheduled).
To view the details, click the Details of the desired log. The system displays a pop-up window with additional information structured according to the REST, SOAP, and Scheduled channels.
Details for the REST channel
Details display complete log information:
  • Time of Logs. The time the log was generated.
  • Project. The project the log originated from.
  • Deployment. The deployment the log appeared.
  • Flow. The flow that produced the log.
  • URL. The path indicates the requested resource.
  • Channel. The type of channel which the log originated from.
  • Status. Status indicates whether or not the query was completed successfully.
  • error (optional). Text explaining the course of an error.
  • Input block. Comprehensive input information. The format varies based on the flow settings.
  • Output. Comprehensive output information. The format varies depending on the type of data transmitted and received.
To close the pop-up click OK or use the close button “X“.
Details for the Scheduled channel
Details display full log information:
  • Time of Logs. The time the log was generated.
  • Project. The project the log originated from.
  • Deployment. The deployment the log appeared.
  • Flow. The flow that produced the log.
  • Channel. The type of channel which the log originated from.
  • Status. Status indicates whether or not the query was completed successfully.
  • error (optional). Text explaining the course of an error.
  • next three runs of the flow: display the next time the flow starts.
To close the pop-up click OK or use the close button “X“.
Details for SOAP channel
Details display complete log information:
  • Time of Logs. The time the log was generated.
  • Project. The project the log originated from.
  • Deployment. The deployment of the log generated.
  • Flow. The flow where the log appeared.
  • Channel. The type of channel which the log originated from.
  • Status. Status indicates whether or not the query was completed successfully.
  • error (optional). Text explaining the course of an error.
  • Input block. Comprehensive input information.
  • Output. Comprehensive output information.
To close the pop-up click OK or use the close button “X“.

How to find the necessary Requests logs?

To filter Requests logs, set the desired parameters and click the FILTER button.
The data can be filtered by project, deployment, flow, channel, date from, date to, and status in Home. Once the filter is applied, the system displays the searched results in the table.
To return the filter values to their default settings, click the RESET button.
To refresh the Requests logs list, click the Refresh button
By doing so you update the data, applying the selected filter values during the refresh.