View gPanel App Logs

Make an API call

  1. Navigate to the gPanel API developer portal

  2. Click on the APIs box to view the API documentation

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3. Click on the API you wish to call

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4. Capture the URL of the API you wish to call

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5. Now form your API endpoint by concatenating your api as a query parameter at the end of your endpoint, like so: INFO HERE

Now let's use our endpoint to make an api request via HTTP GET. Easiest way is to paste it into a browser, like so: 

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Let’s examine our request and point out a few things.  First, if we visit our api documentation on the developer portal, we’ll see that our api request can take parameters.

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Specifically, we could pass a cursor, a startTime, or endTime.  We didn’t pass either startTime or endTime in our request, which means we want all logs.

Let’s examine this json response, and take note of a few things.

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We’ll notice that the response contains a nextPageToken element.  Because our request could potentially return thousands of logs, they do not all get returned in a single response.  This api returns a paged response.  This means that we get a subset of the response (200 items in this instance).  In order to get the rest, we use the nextPageToken to make subsequent calls.

If our next response contains a nextPageToken, then we use that one to make another call.  We continue making requests until the response no longer contains a nextPageToken.