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Audit Logs

Keep track of events on your business using audit logs.

Anita Onwuemene avatar
Written by Anita Onwuemene
Updated over a week ago

Audit logs are a record of the events carried out by your business on the Mono platform. To get started, navigate to Audit Logs in the "More" section of the dashboard.

Audit logs are divided into three main categories:

  • Event Logs

  • API Logs

  • Webhooks

Event Logs

This records user events that occur on the dashboard. These cover:

  • Login and logout events

  • CRUD events on the dashboard (for Apps and Statement Pages)

To see the event logs, navigate to the Audit Logs section marked in the diagram above and select "Event Logs" on the navigation.

API Logs

These record all API events that happen on each app created by a business. The events recorded include:

  • API Endpoint called including the account ID and endpoint URL

  • Scope of call: This shows the scope of the call and can be filtered using the "Filter" option at the top right of the screen

  • Cost of call: The price of the particular call. We only charge for the first API call to the endpoint for an account, subsequent calls using the account ID are free

  • Time of call

  • Environment: Live or Test environment.

  • Status: This shows the status of the call (Successful, Failed) and can be filtered as well.

    Webhook logs

    Webhook logs keep a record of all webhook events on accounts connected to the selected app. These events are:

    • The HTTP status code

    • The Event type

    • Time sent

    • Response time

    • Event status: This can be filtered by "Successful" or "Failed"

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