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App logs give you the information you need in order to debug your apps. Logs are enabled by default when a user installs your app, and are displayed in the developer console. If you need to view app logs for a site where the user has disabled log access, you can ask them to re-enable access.
To view app logs:
You'll see a page like this, showing logs for all sites that users have granted you access to.
The table contains a list of your logs.
Date/Time(UTC): Displays the time that the log was created in UTC.
Details: Shows a concatenated preview of the log message. Select anywhere in a row to expand it and view the entire log message, along with all of the attributes from the state of the app, such as Invocation ID and Product.
Level: Displays the log level. This can be chosen by your app, by
inserting log statements such as
in your app’s code. Unhandled errors are assigned the
Error level, and include both app errors and
Logs are shown for a single invocation. To see logs for another invocation, select Load logs for another invocation.
Use these filters to refine your logs:
Site: Narrows down the logs based on the site that your app is installed
onto, for example
You can’t filter by product. For example, you can’t narrow down logs just for Jira instances on a particular site.
Environment: Narrows down the logs for a specific app environment for your Forge app.
Date: Narrows down the logs based on your chosen time interval.
The log access functionality in the developer console is an evolving feature. We're exploring ways to improve and overcome the following limitations:
To see a list of sites that your app is currently installed onto, select Installations in the left menu.
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