Installing the Event Logging in the Talend Runtime Container - 7.1

Talend ESB Infrastructure Services Configuration Guide

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Installation and Upgrade

The Event Logging feature is preinstalled in the Talend Runtime Container.

To use the Event Logging feature with Elasticsearch, you should follow these steps:

  1. Install and start Talend Log Server.

    For more information about its installation and starting, see the Talend Installation and Upgrade Guide .

  2. Start all the Talend ESB Infrastructure Services with the tesb:start-all command. For more information, see the Talend ESB Container Administration Guide.

  3. Start the Event Logging. There are two ways to start/stop it:
    • start/stop all default bundles necessary at once. See Default start/stop.

      With this option, you will use only one command to launch/stop all the components necessary to use the Event Logging feature, with the default profile.

    • manually start/stop each bundle. See Manual start/stop.

      With this option, you will launch/stop each Event Logging component individually.

Now, all events will be collected and logged into the Talend Log Server, which stores events in index folders that change every day. To determine the URL to those events, you have to use the elasticsearch.indexname parameter value: talendesb, set by default in the org.talend.eventlogging.server.cfg configuration file, and followed by the current date -<yyyy>.<mm>.<dd> (where yyyy corresponds to the current year, mm the current month and dd to the current day).

For example:

http://localhost:9200/talendesb-2014.08.06/_search?pretty=true

For more information about the use of the Event Logging, see the Talend Administration Center User Guide.