Each integration record includes an Execution Log subtab. Under this subtab, you find the SOAP Web Services Execution Log. This log lists SOAP web services calls that are uniquely identified with the integration record you are currently viewing. That is, the log includes those requests that referenced one of the following:
The integration record’s application ID.
The integration record’s consumer key.
For each request, the log includes details such as the following:
The date and time that the request was made.
The duration of the request.
Information about the requests that were rejected due to a violation of the concurrency governance.
The WSDL version used (under the heading API Version).
The email address of the user who sent the request.
If applicable, the record type that was the subject of the request.
Links to the SOAP request and response.
The data shown is similar to the data shown in the SOAP Web Services Usage Log. However, one difference is that the SOAP Web Services Execution Log shows the version of the WSDL that was used. The Usage Log does not.
Another difference between the two logs is that the SOAP Web Services Usage Log is not specific to any one integration record. For more details about the SOAP Web Services Usage Log, see Using the SOAP Web Services Usage Log.
In production environments, the data is accessible for 21 days. In sandbox environments, the data is accessible for seven days.
- Integration Management
- Integration Record Overview
- Adding an Integration Record
- Application Details for Client Code
- Blocking SOAP Web Services Requests
- Distributing Integration Records
- Default Web Services Integrations Record
- Using Integration Records in Sandbox Accounts
- Token-based Authentication Credentials and Accounts
- Using Integration Records in Conjunction With SSO Calls
- Removing Integration Records
- Tracking Changes to Integration Records