Your JSON logs contain the following fields:
|The registered email of the user who triggered the logged event.||String|
|logId||The id of the log created for each given event.||String|
|userId||The technical ID of the user account on which the logged event occurred.||String|
|request||The body of the request and the used parameters.||Object|
|clientIp||The IP address of the client sending requests.||String|
The body of the response and its status.
The code 200 means that an event was successful and 400 means wrong parameter format was used in your request.
For information about all the event status code numbers, see above-mentioned API documentation of the Audit logging service.
|username||The registered name of the user who triggered the logged event.||String|
|accountId||The business ID of the user account with which the logged event is triggered.||String|
|eventType||It records the type of a given event.||String|
|requestId||The id of a given request or transaction.||String|
|timestamp||The time when an event occurs. Its format is yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss.ffff.||String|
|applicationId||The id of the application in which the event occurs.||String|
|eventCategory||The category the recorded event is about, such as the access tokens, the user accounts or the security policies.||String|
|eventOperation||This operation could be Create, Read, Update, Delete, Reset, or Activate and so on.||String|
The following sections provides more details about the events to be logged.