Logs allow you to see detailed information about how a stream execution went, search for errors, and form an understanding of the timeline of events. The Logs view provides you with the details of the events generated every time you run a stream.


There can be some cases where no logs will be displayed, for example, HTTP Functions where only errors will be shown.  

Accessing the Logs view

You can access the Logs view by clicking View logs from the Stream Editor.

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Alternatively, when in the Streams view, under the Actions column of a stream, click the More drop-down, then click Log.

The Logs view

You see the following information in the Logs view:






The date and time the event was generated. The timestamp is displayed in the YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss:fff format.


The timestamp is displayed according to the browser’s local timezone.


Indicates the event type:

  • Information

  • Warning

  • Error


The origin of the event, namely which function generated the event. This column displays ‘Engine’, ‘Data correction’, ‘Stream audit’, and ‘Tx manager’ as part of auto-generated logs for the whole stream.

Execution ID

The Execution ID of the event.


The message generated for the event.


If the message is larger than 4000 characters, it is truncated. 


Click on a log entry to expand it to view more information about the event, such as the Execution ID and the complete message of the event. Click the clipboard icon to copy details such as the Execution ID.

You can select how many rows you can view in one page. The default setting is 100 rows per page. The current logs display limit is 10000 log entries.

Logs view bar

You can control the Logs view with the options in the Logs view bar:

  • Filter

  • Display options

  • Refresh data

Refresh data

Click Refresh data to refresh the Logs view with updated logs.

Display options

Click Display options to open the Display options view to select which columns to display in the Logs view. Check the checkbox(es) of the column(s) to display, and click Apply.


Click the Filter option to open the Filter view to display events based on certain criteria in the Logs view.

In the Filter view, you can filter the logs using all or a combination of the following criteria:

Once you have set the combination of filter criteria, click Filter, and the Logs view filters the logs by the filter criteria.

You may adjust the filter criteria accordingly and click Filter again to filter to the new set of filter criteria in the Logs view.

When a filter is applied to the Logs view, it is indicated with ‘Filter applied’ on the Filter option.

If you want to reset the Filter view, click Clear filter.