Logs in your Frontegg portal allow you to view and analyze activity performed within your app and on additional third-party apps you are integrated with. You can use this feature for troubleshooting and debugging, and to monitor your users' activity.
Logs will start to appear after completing your basic Frontegg integration and will include logs for events that are mentioned in the list of logged events.
To access your logs, go to the portal and choose [ENVIRONMENT] → Backoffice → Monitoring → Logs. Logs are viewable for Admin and Backoffice Editor or Viewer roles only.
In the Log tab, you will find a list of the latest events performed on your platform. Click on the relevant event to open a detailed view of the log and associated data.
To filter your log's data, simply use the filter and select specific criteria, such as date range, account, actor (who performed the action), and event type.
Logs are retained for 7 days before deletion. If you require longer retention times, please contact us.
Log streaming in your account can be viewed under ENVIRONMENT] → Backoffice → Monitoring → Logs Streaming.
Here you will be able to connect/disconnect and manage, your third-party tools e.g., Datadog and Splunk.
Good to Know :Log Streaming
Your logs are searchable and filterable by different criteria such as date and event type. Logs can also be streamed in real-time to third-party tools e.g., Datadog, to monitor the Frontegg platform with your existing tools and workflows.
To connect or manage your logs' streaming, do the following:
- Click the “Connect”/”Manage” button on the relevant third-party tool.
- Add API key and Region (please use the third-party tool documentation if you are not sure).
- Click “Save”.
To disconnect your log-streaming, do the following:
- Click the “Manage” button on the relevant third-party tool.
- Click the “Disconnect” button and approve. You will be able to connect this tool again in case you need it.
Updated 22 days ago