Overview

Displays a history of events related to the operation of Processes and creation of Apps.

Search Filters
Filter
  • Search by date (Click to apply)
    • All Apps
      • (App selection sub-screen)
        • Categories
        • App Name
        • (App Names)
        • Page
    • (specify From – Until date)
  • Search by Process ID (Click to apply)
    • (Specify a number)
Column
  • Column
    • Date and Time
    • Process ID
    • App Name
    • Step Name
    • Name
    • Type
  • Add
    • ID
    • App ID
    • Version
    • Node Number
    • User ID
CSV Download (UTF-8)

Logs list
  • (More details)
  • (Display control)
    • View
      • 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000
    • Page

Capture

Notes

  • You can check the creation of new Workflow Apps, process Start/End, Start of Task/Event and Processing finish, status change, etc.
  • In some logs, clicking on the button next to an event will expand the line to show additional information relating to the event, such as the User to whom a Task has been allocated, or details of errors and API requests
  • You can use the Filter function to filter the Process logs by specifying the date and time or Process ID
    • Filtering by date and time also allows you to specify the category, starred Apps and App name as well as the date range
  • The display order of columns can be adjusted in the Column window by dragging the grip lines next to the column headings
    • Column display settings cannot be saved
    • The default display count can be changed for each User from [Account Settings] > [List Settings] (common to all list views)
  • You can download system logs in CSV format (up to 10,000 entries)
    • If the number of the target entries exceeds 10,000 please specify the condition with which to narrow down the number
  • User’s login history or User information editing history are recorded in [System Log]

See also

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