The API analysis screen displays statistics such as cache hits and execution times for each API request made on the site.
Accessing the screen
In the left sidebar menu, click [Operation] -> [Log management].
Click the [Log management] link above the page title, and select [API logs] in the dropdown menu.
You can filter the logs easily using the keywords search and log date/time, advanced search functions.
Enter the search keyword in the [Keyword] text box and click [Search] to filter logs that contain the specified keyword.
Select the date and time range for the timestamp and click [Search]. The designated logging period is 35 days. When specifying past log dates, please make sure to specify within the 35-day range.
Click the [Advanced search] button to input advanced filter conditions.
The following input options are available:
|URL||URL of the page accessed.||Available search operations|
|Hit||The number of hits on a request.||Available search operations|
|Execution time||Time taken by the server to process the request in seconds.||Available search operations|
|Body size||Response body size in bytes.||Available search operations|
|Cache status||Indicates if this request was served by a cache.||Cache status|
|API ID||API ID.||Available search operations|
|API URI ID||API URI ID.||Available search operations|
The advanced search function allows you to concatenate multiple conditions using
AND: Returns only data matching all the specified conditions in your search.
OR: Returns data matching any of your specified conditions.
Available search operations
You can use the following operations in applicable search conditions:
|Operation||Input type||Returned data|
|Text string||Entries matching part of the search term.|
|Text string||Entries not matching any part of the search term.|
|Alphanumeric string||Entries exactly matching the search term.|
|Alphanumeric string||Entries not exactly matching the search term.|
|Alphanumeric string||Entries less than the search term.|
|Alphanumeric string||Entries greater than the search term.|
|Alphanumeric string||Entries less than or equal to the search term.|
|Alphanumeric string||Entries greater than or equal to the search term.|
|Text string||Entries beginning with the search term.|
|Text string||Entries not beginning with the search term.|
|Text string||Entries ending with the search term.|
|Text string||Entries not ending with the search term.|
|Alphanumeric string||Entries matching any of the search terms (for multiple search terms only).|
|Alphanumeric string||Entries not matching any of the search terms (for multiple search terms only).|
*Only numerical operations are allowed for
Under "Sort", you can specify the sort key and display order of the search results.
ASC: Ascending, from oldest to newest / smallest to largest.
DESC: Descending, from newest to oldest / largest to smallest.
Sort key options:
The columns displayed for the log entries are as follows:
|API ID||API ID.|
|HTTP method||HTTP method of the request.|
|API URI ID||API URI ID.|
|Cache status||Indicates if the request was served by a cache. See: Cache status below for details.|
|Status||HTTP response status code for the request.|
|Hit||Displays the number of hits on a request.|
|Execution time||Time taken by the server to process the request in seconds.|
|Body size||Response body size in bytes.|
The cache status can take one of the values below:
|HIT||Request was made by a cache.|
|MISS||Request reached the server and no cache was found.|
|PASS||Request could not be cached.|
|ERROR||An error occurred during caching.|
|Search||Search based on the above settings.|
|Download||Download a list of the displayed logs.|
|Delete||Delete a list of the displayed logs.|
Log list download
After click [Download] button, the download settings will open.
|Charset||Character encoding of the output CSV file.|