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Orchestrator User Guide
Last updated Feb 15, 2024

Managing Logs in Orchestrator

Viewing Logs

The Logs page displays the logs for all processes and jobs in your folder.

You can use filters to narrow down the log list by various criteria, or you can use the search field to look for specific logs by name.

Note: By default the Logs pages only display events from the previous day. You must manually change the Time filter to see earlier events.

You can access the logs for a specific job or process either from the Logs page, or from the Jobs page.

Searching for logs by name

Note: The following information only applies when using Elasticsearch.

You can use the search field to look for specific logs by their name.

One-word search

Entering one word in the search field displays only logs whose name includes that particular word. For example, if you search for "file", you are returned all logs called "file", as well as all logs which include the word "file" in their name.

Multiple-word search

By default, the search field applies an OR operator when multiple words are used. As such, if you enter "sent file", you are returned logs called "sent file", as well as all logs containing the term "sent" or "file" in their name.
To display only logs whose name exactly matches the words entered in the search field, you need to add the AND operator between them. For example, if you only want to see logs named "sent file", you would enter "sent AND file".

Job Specific Logs

From the Jobs page, for an indicated job:

  1. Click the corresponding More Actions button.
  2. Click View Logs, to display the list of all logs for the selected job.

From the Logs page, for an indicated job:
  1. Click the corresponding More Actions button.

  2. Click View all logs for this job, to display the list of all logs for the same job.

Process Specific Logs

From the Jobs page, for an indicated job:

  1. Click the corresponding More Actions button.

  2. Click View all logs for this process, to displays the list of all logs for the parent process, across all executed jobs.

From the Logs page, for an indicated job:

  1. Click the corresponding More Actions button.

  2. Click View all logs for this process, to displays the list of all logs for the parent process, across all executed jobs.

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Accessing logs from the Logs page

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Exporting Logs

Regardless from where you open the Logs page, you can export the data to a .csv file, by clicking the Export button.

  • Viewing Logs
  • Searching for logs by name
  • Job Specific Logs
  • Process Specific Logs
  • Exporting Logs

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