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This video demonstrates how to find and sort Event logs from the Qlik Sense SaaS Management Console and reload logs from the hub.
Here is a link to more information in the Support Knowledge Base:
Qlik Cloud Services logs - Qlik SaaS solutions - QSEoCS - Qlik Sense Business - QSEoK
Managing Events - Help.Qlik.com
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Hi and welcome to Qlik Fix!
This video will demonstrate how to find and sort Event logs
from the Qlik Sense SaaS management console and reload logs from the hub.
First, if a reload task has failed. The easiest way to learn more is
From the hub, click on the three dots to see the available options with the app,
And select details.
From here, you can quickly see that last modified time.
Click on the reload history to see more.
Here you can identify the task in question
and review it from here or download it to investigate further.
It’s worth noting that the logs you see here are generated by manually triggering a reload or from scheduled reloads.
Loading the data from the script editor does not generate a log file.
From the Management Console, more logged activity can viewed.
In the Governance section under Events
Activities on the tenant are logged and can be reviewed from here.
The events can be filtered by the source,
By the event type to help you narrow your search.
Events are archived after 90 days.
If you need to review event information that has been archived,
There are instructions on Help.Qlik.Com for retrieving those archived events using the Qlik Audit API.
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