Download the Flow log API
The Etlworks Integrator creates a unique log file for each executed Flow. Use this API endpoint to download the log file.
Before making a call to the built-in API, the user must receive a JWT token from the authentication API.
Step 1. Use any user with the
Administrator role in calling an Etlworks Integrator authentication endpoint and receiving an access token.
Step 2. Use the access token received in Step 1 to call Etlworks Integrator API endpoints. The access token must be submitted as a header parameter, as in:
Access tokens in the Etlworks Integrator are short-lived and self-expiring. An access token gives you access to the APIs for approximately 10 minutes. It is recommended that you refresh the access token before each call to the API.
The API endpoint parameters
- LEGACY PATH (we keep it for backward compatibility):
flowId=long: the Flow ID can be found in the Flows.
auditId=long: the audit ID can be found in the audit trail log or in the response when the Flow is executed by name.
- Authorization=string: authorization token can be received from the authentication API endpoint.
- REQUEST BODY: none
The response if a file:
- 200 for success
- 401 and 403 for not authorized
- 500 for an internal error
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