AlloyScan synchronization log
Introduced in 2023.1
This page explains what is shown in the AlloyScan Synchronization logs and how to view them.
In the Logs > AlloyScan Synchronization section, you can view the statistics about all completed AlloyScan synchronization sessions. To view this statistics, you can also go to Services > AlloyScan Integration > Logs. By default, four data views are available:
All Time: Displays the list of all records.
Last 7 days: Displays records logged in the last 7 days.
You can switch between views using the View: [View Name] list on the Module menu. You can also customize the default views using the standard Customize View window and save your customizations as your own custom views that will display the log data exactly as you need.
Each entry in the list contains Closed statistics about a particular AlloyScan synchronization session. The overall statistics for all sessions are shown in the footer. Depending on the view, the following fields are displayed:
Run Date: The date and time the session ran
Job Name: The name of the AlloyScan synchronization job
Comments: Error messages the AlloyScan Connector tool added for the session
Duration: Duration of the session
Created Computers: The number of Computer records created during the session
Created Hardware: The number of Hardware records detected during the session
Errors: The number of errors occurred during the session.
In this section, you can perform the following operations:
To view a log record:
Double-click a record (or select it and click View Log). The log file opens.
To delete one or several log records:
Select one or several records and click Delete.
To delete all records, click Clear All.
NOTE: Alloy Navigator automatically removes old log records after a specified number of days. To change that number, click Settings and enter a new number.
To refresh the view:
The view automatically refreshes every ten seconds. To refresh it manually, click Refresh (or press F5).
To configure log settings:
Specify the number of days to keep log records before they are removed.