Troubleshooting → Using the Common Log Viewer → Using the Common Log Viewer → Filtering Common Log Messages → Filtering Common Log Messages by Logging Level
Common Log messages are categorized by significance, or severity. The following table describes the four levels available in the Common Log Viewer. The levels are listed in descending order of severity. As the severity decreases, the number of messages increases.
|Error||An error message is logged when the execution of an application workflow or an orchestration workflow fails or when a process app fails or is stopped. The message explains the reason for the error and might suggest a possible solution, and an icon is displayed in the workflow editor next to the design element where the error occurred.|
|Warning||A warning message is logged to notify you that an operation completed, but there were potential problems or unexpected results.|
|Info||An info message is logged to provide information about significant runtime events.|
|Debug||A debug message is logged to provide detailed information about the flow through the system and about routine operations.|
To specify which messages are displayed based on logging level:
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