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Troubleshoot a REST API

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  • 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 the 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 the 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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