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OutSystems

Troubleshoot a REST API

OutSystems keeps track of all requests and responses of your REST API, namely, a time log of all request/response activity and content.

To access the logs of your REST API, do the following:

  1. Go to the Service Center management console of your OutSystems environment;
  2. Go to Monitoring section and select Integrations;
  3. In Type, filter the logging you want to see: REST (Consume) or REST (Expose);
  4. Click Filter.

Set Logging Level

Use the logging level of a module to store detailed information about requests and responses.

To configure the logging level of your REST API, do the following:

  1. Go to the Service Center management console of your OutSystems environment;
  2. Go to Factory section and open your application;
  3. Open the module containing your REST API;
  4. Select the Integrations tab and click on the REST API name to edit it;
  5. Set the Logging Level to the value you want;
  6. Click Apply.

Because logs are stored within the environment, increasing the logging level implies:

  • More information is logged, therefore, more information is stored in the database;
  • Input and output parameters values are logged with the request, thus making any sensitive information passing through these parameters available in the environment console.
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