Search Events with Fields

What's Loggly: Loggly is an online log management and analytics tool that lets you track the events of your system.

About ‘Search Events with Fields' action: This action lets you retrieve the fields of some or all events of your Loggly account.

Connect to Loggly: Select the appropriate connection for Loggly from the drop-down list. If you haven’t created a connection yet, select ‘Add New’ to create one.

Field data

Search Date Type (Mandatory): Select the format of the date by which you wish to search the events. Available options are 'Absolute Date' and 'Relative Timeframe'. By default, the value for this field is set to 'Absolute Date'.

   Absolute Date: This section accepts date and time in ISO format.

      Start Date and Time (Optional): Enter the start date and time on which the event was created in ISO format. For example: '2016-11-21T09:59:58.910Z'.

      End Date and Time (Optional): Enter the end date and time on which the event was created in ISO format. For example: '2016-11-21T09:59:58.910Z'.

   Relative Timeframe: Select the relative timeframe in which the event was created from the drop down list.

Query (Optional): Enter the search query to retrieve the fields of a specific event.

Size (Optional): Enter the number of fields you wish to retrieve in a result.

Once you have entered the details, click on 'Done' and 'Run' the workflow. This will retrieve the fields of some or all events.

Refer to API documentation for more information: https://www.loggly.com/docs/api-retrieving-data/

Output:
  • output-arrow loggly-128 Search Events with Fields
    • left-triangle fields array
      • left-triangle name string
    • left-triangle status string
    • left-triangle date_from number
    • left-triangle elapsed_time number
    • left-triangle date_to number
    • left-triangle total_events number
    • left-triangle page number
    • left-triangle events array
      • left-triangle id string
      • left-triangle tags array
      • left-triangle timestamp number
      • left-triangle logmsg string
      • left-triangle event object
      • left-triangle logtypes array