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Events

Most processes in Automation Workshop are logged as Events. An Event can provide information on process start and completion. Event codes indicate whether the operations have finished successfully, had some problem or failed.

Advanced Log manager

Event ID

Events occur when using Automation Workshop. These events are triggered both by graphical user interface and automatic Task execution.

  • Event 1380 · Capacity limits have been reached (reported by Automation Workshop).
  • Event 2380 · Capacity limits have been reached (reported by Service).
  • Event 1390 · Automation Workshop update available.
  • All Events · detailed list of all Automation Workshop events.

Log Manager

Log Manager can really boast its logging capacities. Besides of log pane readily available in Automation Workshop manager interface, there are also options for logging data from particular Task or group of Tasks as well as common log. From most general data to most detailed debug information—it all can be stored according to specified logging level.

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