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Action log

The action log interface provides an overview of events (actions) that occurred in your system, such as accessing user information, inspecting records, and updating modules.

The action log can be used for debugging, as it provides quite a rich insight into a specific event. You can see the exact error, when it occurred and who caused it.

The action log can be used for administration. For example, you can see who accessed specific information if there was a privacy breach.

Action state

An action can be in one of three states depending on the action:
  • Info: an informative log that something occurred; such as record created, user authenticated, and user information accessed.

  • Warning: a warning log that something failed, but it was not fatal to the operation; such as an invalid login attempt or expired authentication token.

  • Error: an error log that something failed and it should be considered as fatal.

Errors reported by the Corredor server are also visible in the action log.

Listing actions

To list current actions:
  1. navigate to the Corteza Admin,

  2. click on the "Action log" in the navigation drawer,

  3. optionally insert the filtering parameters,

  4. press the "Search" button.

DevNote: Provide more insight into the filtering options.

Inspecting actions

To list current actions:
  1. navigate to the Corteza Admin,

  2. click on the "Action log" in the navigation drawer,

  3. optionally insert the filtering parameters,

  4. press the "Search" button,

  5. click on the action you wish to inspect.