Last updated: 2019-03-02

Installing and Configuring Nodinite Log Agents

Log Event Log Agent LogApi Log Databases Web API Web Client Log Views Roles User

Nodinite enables End to End logging of your workflows either from the use of any of the "out of the box ready to go" Log Agents or from your own solutions based on your own code. Nodinite Log Agents must be installed and configured. Details for each Log Agent is further explored individually.

This enables you and Nodinite to use synchronous and asynchronous message exchange logging patterns.

graph LR subgraph Log Sources roLogSink("fal:fa-bolt Custom Logging Solution") roMessageBroker[fal:fa-bolt Nodinite Log Agents
BizTalk, Mule, Logic Apps, ...] end subgraph Nodinite roLogAPI(fal:fa-code-commit Nodinite Instance) roMessageBroker --> |Log Event| roLogAPI roLogSink --> |Log Event| roLogAPI end

Logging of workflows using Nodinite Log Agents or your custom code

We at Nodinite promote the use of asynchronous logging patterns

Nodinite has support for logging from multiple integration platforms and custom applications. This powerful feature comes from the use of the Log API Web Service (follow link for details).

The design goal here is to be able to Log events and messages from any system or application and provide self service experience and reporting capabilities with relevant and up to date information to stakeholders.

The list of out of the box Nodinite Log Agents are detailed in the Logging page.


Next Step

Log Views - Self service views for you and your business users
Users - Nodinite Users
Logging Service - Processes (indexing) the messages
Log Databases - Keep as much data as you like