Event logging can be valuable for operational auditing and is also an important tool for troubleshooting Logi applications.
The following topics introduce developers to the use of Logi Info's Event Logging elements and custom logging techniques:
About Event Logging
Logi Info includes built-in support for handling standardevents, which are internal notifications. Standard eventsare triggered or "fired" when specific actions occur. In the context of a Logi application, you as a developer can define event handling, using Action.Process elements, so that processing occurs when standard events are fired. To do this, you associate an Action.Process element with an event and specify a Process definition task. When the event fires, program flow will be directed to that task and specific parameters will be automatically passed to it. These parameters communicate event-specific information to the task, which can be designed to log the event by writing it to a database table, displaying it in a report, or taking other task actions. You can also code your own custom logging, whichdoesn't use standard events but is instead based on operational flow, as discussed in Custom Logging.