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Managing Client Log Policies

Defining Client Log Policies

This document describes how to interact with client log policies via the Mobile Services REST API. Log policies control if clients of a given application are allowed to upload logs to Mobile Services.

Retrieving Client Log Policies

curl -s -u {trialuser}:{password} \
    -X GET "https://hcpms-{trialuser}.hanatrial.ondemand.com/mobileservices/origin/hcpms/clientlogs/v1/admin/ApplicationPolicySet('com.sap.example')"

The server should reply with HTTP/1.1 200 OK and a response body similar to the following:

{
 "@odata.context": "$metadata#ApplicationPolicySet/$entity",
 "ApplicationId": "com.sap.example",
 "LogUploadEnabled": false
}

Updating Client Log Policies

curl -s -u {trialuser}:{password} \
    -H "Content-Type: application/json; charset=utf-8" \
    -X PATCH "https://hcpms-{trialuser}.hanatrial.ondemand.com/mobileservices/origin/hcpms/clientlogs/v1/admin/ApplicationPolicySet('com.sap.example')" \
    --data '{
        "LogUploadEnabled": true
    }'

The server should reply with HTTP/1.1 204 No Content if the queried resource could be updated.

Deleting Client Log Policies

You may delete existing client policies using the following request:

curl -s -u {trialuser}:{password} \
    -X GET "https://hcpms-{trialuser}.hanatrial.ondemand.com/mobileservices/origin/hcpms/clientlogs/v1/admin/ApplicationPolicySet('com.sap.example')"

The server should reply with HTTP/1.1 204 No Content if the queried resource existed.

Creating Client Log Policies

By default, Mobile Services creates logging policies for all newly created apps. To create a previously deleted policy, run the following request:

curl -s -u {trialuser}:{password} \
    -H "Content-Type: application/json; charset=utf-8" \
    -X POST "https://hcpms-{trialuser}.hanatrial.ondemand.com/mobileservices/origin/hcpms/clientlogs/v1/admin/ApplicationPolicySet" \
    --data '{
        "ApplicationId": "com.sap.example",
        "LogUploadEnabled": true
    }'

The server should reply with HTTP/1.1 201 Created and the following response body if the specified policy didn't already exist:

{
 "@odata.context": "$metadata#ApplicationPolicySet/$entity",
 "ApplicationId": "com.sap.example",
 "LogUploadEnabled": true
}

Last update: August 12, 2020