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Add or manage Log View

From the Log Views Overview; You can manage existing Log Views by clicking on one of the entries.

How to add and manage a Log View

In this guide, you will learn how to add and manage a Log View.


Use the following table as your to do list managing Log Views:

# Topic
1. Add or Manage Log View

A Log View consists of events and messages of the included Integrations, Systems, Services, Message Types, Endpoints, and Log Agents.

There's also the option to choose which Roles should be allowed to view the Log View, which Restrictions there should be, and which Search Fields should be available.

More information about Roles.


Name, Description and Website

A Name is required to create a Log View.

Adding a Description and a Website is optional.

A user applying a filter includes the description.

Name, Description, and Website

Time Interval Configuration

You can add a Time Interval Configuration to the Log View.

Time Interval Configuration

The Time Interval Configuration consists of one or more time options.

For example, 42 minutes is an option.

Last 42 Minutes

You can check Allow Detailed Time Search in the edit view of the Time Interval Configuration.

Allow Detailed Time Search

When checked, allow users using the Log View to Switch to a detailed Time Interval selection.

Switch to Time Interval

Information about Time Interval Configurations.

Information about how to [Add or manage Time Interval Configurations][].

Search Setup tab


Search by Sequence Number

Sequence Number is a number labeled on the message or event.

You have the option to allow search by Sequence Number which is helpful when you know what you are looking for.

Search by Log text

Log text is a piece of information coming with the message or event.

You have the option to allow search by Log text which is helpful when you know what you are looking for.

Allow message to be Viewed in Monitoring Agent Configuration Format

Monitoring Agent Configuration Format is the content of the message or event before it was formatted.

It's helpful if your co-workers may have use of viewing the message as raw.

Search Log Status Code

Log Status Code is a number which tells us if the processing of the message went fine.

For example, in BizTalk, the status code for OK is 0

Allow users to resend and repair messages

To resend a message may be useful when the message is fine but the receiver was faulty but is now fixed.

However, if you want to edit the message, it needs to be repaired.

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