Logging & Auditing


Logging Overview

Overview This tutorial demonstrates how to write into the Log file, manage Logs, and create custom categories for logs. You can use the Log step in the Decisions Flow Designer for debugging purposes....

Troubleshooting Using the Profiler

The Decisions Profiler is designed to help you find problems in your flows. The profiler writes out all step executions with the count of executions and time those executions took. To begin a profiling...

Viewing Audit History

Once the portal has been configured to enable auditing, a user can view the audit history of all entities,  such as folders, documents, or tasks. To view an audit history for an entity, select the...

Enabling Auditing

You can configure the portal to enable default auditing. The system will then audit transactions involving all entities, such as folders, assets, and tasks. A user can view an audit report by selecting...

Logging Settings

By default, fatal, error-level errors, and warning (non-fatal) errors are captured in the log files, indicated by the True value.  Additionally, API calls and Database calls that take longer than 3 seconds...

Viewing and Configuring Server and Client Logs

The Client Log Viewer lists warnings and errors originating from client-side processes. These client logs can be saved to use when troubleshooting performance issues. Logs can also be used to trace frequent...