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The Log API lets you fetch log information from Profitbase InVision for Ops and Log Analysis using tools such Splunk, Datadog and Logstash.


Calling the API

To call the API, you need an API Key.
The API Key must be included in each request using a query string parameter or an HTTP header.


API Key in the query string
To send the API Key as part of the query, use the api_key query string parameter.
Example: https://domain.com/api/v1/monitoring?api_key=KEY


API Key in a header
To send the API Key in a header, add a header with the name x-api-key and the corresponding API Key as value to the request.


Creating an API Key

To create an API Key, go to Application Menu -> API Management -> Edit. In the Monitoring tab, find an existing key or create a new one.

  1. Click the Edit command under the API Management menu item.
  2. Select the Monitoring tab.
  3. Click the Add button.

API Definition

[GET] api/v1/monitoring

response:
[{
rowid: string
data: string
level: string
timestamputc: datetime
logevent: string of type LogEvent (see below)
}]

URL parameters
fromDateTimeUtc (Optional)
Use the fromDateTimeUtc to specify the lower bound timestamp of log entries to fetch. The value must be on the format yyyy.MM.dd HH:mm:ss

toDateTimeUtc (Optional)
Use the toDateTimeUtc parameter to specify the upper bound timestamp of log entries to fetch. The value must be on the format yyyy.MM.dd HH:mm:ss

logEventType (Optional)
Use one of the following values to fetch log entries of a specific log event type.
ApplicationError, ApplicationInfo, BackgroundAgentTask, DataFlowExecution, Fatal, InvalidCron, UserAccessWorkbook, StartingHostProcess

logLevel (Optional)
Use one of the following values to fetch log entries of a specific log level.
Error, Information, Warning, Verbose


Example

https://domain.com/api/v1/monitoring?api_Key=YOUR_KEY&fromDateTimeUtc=2021.08.24 15:08:41&logLevel=Error&LogEventType=ApplicationInfo