Filtering audit API to date ranges / pagination

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  • viliandy leonardo Product Management Director
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    Jeremy Nelson [Updated on Dec 13th] We currently do support filtering the data from the API by dates (see The responses below) . The good news is that we are working on Audit log so that you are no longer bound by UI limitation (i.e can only see up to 1500 records at a time). This enhancement is targeted for our January 2023 release.

    Also, we have a product portal that you can find out what features are bing planned or ideas that need input from our users. See image below how to get to our product portal and browse for ideas and vote...

     

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  • Jeremy Nelson
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    Thanks for the response viliandy leonardo Do I understand correctly that:

    • Next year, the API response will contain entire resultset or at least a way to page through it?
    • Requesting logs from the API created after a specific date will still not be possible so i'll have to parse the entire result set to get timestamps i'm interested in?
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  • viliandy leonardo Product Management Director
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    Jeremy Nelson

    I will have the team in charge of this enhancement to review your follow up questions and respond. 

    Thanks 

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  • Tyler Lamparter Principal Product Manager
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    Jeremy Nelson, it is possible to page through the audit endpoint. In the response header, there is a link to the next page. Now, I'm not aware of any current filter parameters, but have asked internally.

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  • Jeremy Nelson
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    When I look at the results I get from this

    curl -H "Authorization: Bearer $token" https://api.integrator.io/v1/flows/$flow_id/audit

    I only get a list of resource flow records like the below, with nothing else.  There is no paging detail here.

      [{
      "_id": "123434343",
        "resourceType": "flow",
      "_resourceId": "432434343",
        "source": "ui",
        "fieldChanges": [],
        "event": "create",
        "time": "2022-08-09T14:59:28.039Z",
        "byUser": {
        "_id": "343243fdfdsfd",
        "email": "user@domain.com",
        "name": "User Name"
        }
      }
    ]

     

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  • Scott Henderson CTO
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    It is in the HTTP response "headers".

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  • Jeremy Nelson
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    Ah! ok thanks!  I will now await if there is a way to grab specific dates. Thank you!

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  • Pridhvi Product Manager
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    Hello Jeremy Nelson

    • Yes, you can already apply date filters as parameters to API request to get the records for a specific date range, this is available now. 
    • In January release, we will make user interface enhancement but not the APIs. The API response won't include all result; the api will still return 1000 records per request, and you need to paginate. 

    I hope this information is helpful, please let me know if you have any further questions. I will be happy assist.

    Thank you.

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  • Pridhvi Product Manager
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    Hello Jeremy Nelson

    Here is an example of how the request URI appears with a date filter added as a parameter.

    Example: https://api.integrator.io/v1/flows/<_id>/audit?from=YYYY-MM-DD&to=YYYY-MM-DD

    Note: <_id> is the flow-id

    Thank you.

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