Messaging log data includes data for all message-based application
data routed by the dispatcher.
- Time – the
time and date stamp for the log entry.
- Application ID – the unique identifier assigned to the registered application. Values may include a number, blank, or HWC, depending on the client type.
- Application Connection ID – the unique identifier for a user application connection.
- User – the name of the user associated with the application ID. The user
under the domain logs should be in the format
- Phase – as an aid in evaluating network performance, as part of overall
application performance, select a phase to measure time of these events:
- FBI (first byte in) the time that the first byte is read
from the request.
- LBI (last byte in) the time that the last byte is read from
- FBO (first byte out) the time that the first byte is written
to the response.
- LBO (last byte out) the time that the last byte is written
to the response.
- Source - the source of the log if its from the server or
- Request URL - the Gateway URL.
- Response Code – the response status code for the
- Log Level – indicates the log level, if any, set on the client that
controls what and how much should be logged.
- Thread ID – the identifier for the thread used to process the
- Node ID – the server node on which the request is received.
- Transaction ID – a unique ID that represents a
transaction (one cycle of request-response) performed by the client or
- Root Context ID – a unique ID that represents a
client/server session. A session can be thought of as a block that includes
multiple requests from the client to the server.
- Request Header Fields - the HTTP request header
field contained in the application. For example, used by REST API-based
application to create an application connection.
- Response Header Fields - the HTTP response header
field communicated to the device from the server.