System logs System logs display warnings and errors within the instance processes and records, and non-critical events such as memory usage on the server machine. This list view displays the log entries for the current day only. To view other log files, use the log file browser. This log provides the following information for all occurrences: Table 1. System log Field Description Created Date and time of the logging activity for the locale of the machine running the instance. Level Type of message displayed. The levels are Debug, Error, Warning, and Information. A warning is an error that has been handled and recovered. An error is something that must be fixed. Message System-generated message regarding the nature of the occurrence. Source Name of the process or area affected by the occurrence. For example, the source of the occurrence might be EMAIL or Memory. Transaction logsThe transaction log records all browser activity for an instance.Email logsThe email log records all email notifications sent from all instances within the system.Event logsThe event log records all system events that occur within the system.Import logsThe import log displays information in a verbose format about any data import activity within the platform.Workflow loggingCertain workflow information is tracked in the system logs.Configuration loggingCertain configuration changes are tracked in the system logs.Log utilitiesThe instance provides the utilities log file browser and log file download.Log historyThe system uses table rotation and table extension to archive older logs. System diagnostics applicationThe System Diagnostics application provides logs that relate to the platform.Customer updates tableEvery change that is made in the system is recorded on the Customer Updates [sys_update_xml] table chronologically.Email logsThe Emails module links to all of the mail received or sent by the platform.Audited tablesIf a field on a particular table is audited, all changes to that field are tracked.History setsHistory sets provide a table for tracking an audited record's history. Restore deleted recordsIn some cases, administrators can restore deleted records and references to those records.