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Recent Failures

When an API fails to send the response as expected or does not respond, the Vahana cloud generates audit logs related to the API’s failure. This section displays the list of audit logs related to an API’s failure. The audit logs include the following: Column Description Service Name It displays the service’s name. The client… Continue reading Recent Failures

Recent Errors

In the vLog module, this section displays the list of audit logs. The audit logs briefly display the error details related to an API call. The error details include the following: Column Description System Name It displays the service’s name. API Name It displays the controller’s name. When the client application invokes an API, it… Continue reading Recent Errors

Stack Trace

This section allows you to directly access application code to trace the debug point and then fix the issue. By using the “Stack Trace” screen, you do not need to access the back-end layer and then fix the issue.

Text Payload

This section displays the debug logs. The debug logs allow the application users to diagnose the error in the application code. In the vLog module, this is the on-demand functionality. If the application user needs to use this functionality, it is made available to the user on-demand. Commonly, this feature remains inactive in the vLog… Continue reading Text Payload

Error

In the Recent Logs tab, this section displays the error related to an API. When you click the Error tab, the dashboard displays two text areas as follows: Detailed Error:- This section displays the error that the application raises at the code level when it processes the API request. In the screen capture, the ‘537’… Continue reading Error

Request Trace

In the Recent Logs tab, this tab-based section depicts the total time that the API takes to process the request and then return the response. The Request Trace tab displays the time consumption in the form of a horizontal bar chart. Under the Request Trace tab, the dashboard displays the different timeframes that different services… Continue reading Request Trace

Viewing Service Logs

In the vLog module, this feature allows you to view details of service logs. When you access the vLog module, its dashboard displays the list of different services that the client application environment has invoked. In the list, when you click a service, the dashboard displays the broad-level details of service logs. To view service… Continue reading Viewing Service Logs

Introduction (vLog)

vLog is a web based API call tracing tool. You can access the vLog module to view and observe the API’s request and response data. You can apply several filters to view and observe a specific set of call logs. You can use the following filter-based criteria to search and view a specific set of… Continue reading Introduction (vLog)

Viewing Portal

The vScheduler viewing portal allows you to access the details of the scheduled jobs. In the details of the scheduled jobs, you can view: You can access the details of scheduled jobs as follows: Viewing Details of a Job On the Job Listing page, when you click a specific job, it allows you to view… Continue reading Viewing Portal

Adding New User

In the vScheduler’s execution portal, this feature allows you to add a new user. After you add a new user, the vScheduler module sends the alert to the user after it runs the scheduled job. To add a new user: Field Description Name In this field, enter the user’s name. Email In this field, enter… Continue reading Adding New User