Workflow Logs

Accessing Workflow Logs
Understanding Workflow Logs
Logs for All Workflows
Best Practices for Using Logs


Workflow Logs in Canonic provide an extensive view of the activities within your workflows. They offer valuable insights for various time intervals including the last 1 minute, 30 minutes, 1 hour, 24 hours, and up to 7 days. These logs are instrumental for tracking, logging, and debugging your workflow executions.

Accessing Workflow Logs

To access the logs for a specific workflow:

  1. Navigate to the Workflow interface.
  2. Click on the Logs tab which will display the logs for the selected interval.
  3. Choose the desired time interval to view the logs from the options provided.

Understanding Workflow Logs

Each entry in the workflow logs provides detailed information about the execution:

  • Timestamp: When the execution occurred.
  • Source: The initiation point of the workflow.
  • Duration: How long the execution took.
  • Status: The HTTP status code returned, indicating the success or failure of the operation.


Note: The logs show all execution details, including inputs, outputs, and any errors or messages generated during the execution.

Logs for All Workflows

To view logs for all workflows:

  1. Go to Project Settings.
  2. Select Logs from the sidebar to access the cumulative logs for all workflows in the project.

Best Practices for Using Logs

  • Use logs to identify patterns or issues in workflow performance.
  • Analyze logs for successful executions to understand the expected behavior.
  • Investigate failed executions to pinpoint where errors are occurring and why.

Logs are a powerful tool for maintaining the health and efficiency of your workflows. Regularly review your logs to ensure your workflows are running as expected and to quickly address any issues that arise.

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