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Logger Settings


Workflow enables you to set one of the following log levels to determine what level of logging is done on the tenant from scripting. We list the log levels in ascending order of priority. When you set a log level to Warn and use logger.debug(xxx) in scripting, Workflow won't write the record to the system log because the Debug level is a lower priority than the Warn level. The level you select here, and all higher levels, will display in the Script Execution Log.

See Debug Tool for more information.

Workflow sets the default level to Error in your production tenant.


Log Level / Exception Type

Description

Debug

These results appear in black and can represent activities that occur in the background, such as when a user executes an action, or when Workflow checks for user visibility and access permissions. We return the string and object values from logger.debug methods you use in your scripts. When you choose this level, we also include logger.warn and logger.error logs in the results.

Info

These results appear in green and return the string and object values from logger.info methods you use in your scripts. When you choose this level, we also include logger.debug, logger.warn, and logger.error logs in the results.

Warn

These results appear in orange and return the string and object values from logger.warn methods you use in your scripts. When you choose this level, we also include logger.error logs in the results.

Error

These results appear in red and return the string and object values from logger.error methods you use in your scripts.