How to view query logs

πŸ€“ Who can do this? You will need to be an admin user in Atlan to view query logs.

The query log helps you track all queries run from the Insights query editor in Atlan, including:

  • saved and unsaved queries
  • queries run through both the UI and API

You can also view additional details and run status for each query and use filters to track specific queries.

To view query logs:

  1. From the left menu of any screen in Atlan, click Admin.
  2. Under the Logs heading of your admin Workspace, click Query logs.
  3. On the Query logs page, you can view all the queries that your users have run or are running from the Insights query editor in Atlan.
  4. (Optional) Click the funnel icon to filter queries and then:
    • Click Status to filter queries by run status β€” Succeeded, Failed, or Aborted.
    • Click Users to filter queries by Atlan users.
  5. (Optional) Use the search bar to search for queries using specific keywords.
  6. The default date range is set to 30 days β€” Atlan stores query logs for 30 days only.
  7. For any query listed in the query logs, you can view the query name, connection, execution details, user that run the query, and timestamp for when the query was run. (Optional) Click any query to view more details in the Query details sidebar:
    • In the Query details sidebar, you can view the full query, connection, database, schema, and asset name, query status, and query run time.
    • Click the copy icon to copy the query and use it as a template for writing your own queries.
    • Click the expand icon to see the full query.
    • For Query Source, click Copy ID to copy the query ID.

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