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Introduction to Logging in Studio

Do you want to learn the basics of setting up effective logging when developing an automation project? Then the Introduction to Logging in Studio course is for you!
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Introduction to Logging in Studio

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Course details

Difficulty Level

Intermediate

Language

English

Completion time

002:00:00

Product covered

Studio

About the Introduction to Logging in Studio course

The Introduction to Logging in Studio course is an intermediate level course that introduces you to Robot Execution logs and UiPath logging recommendations. You'll learn how to set up logging in UiPath Studio projects, how to interpret Robot execution logs, and how to use UiPath Log Message activities effectively. 

Product alignment: This course was built using the 2022.10 product version of UiPath Studio and is applicable to newer versions as well. 

The Introduction to Logging in Studio course prerequisites

The Introduction to Logging in Studio course is an intermediate level course. Before you enroll, we recommend that you complete the following courses: 

  • Build your First Process with Studio 
  • Variables and Arguments in Studio 
  • Control Flow in Studio 
  • Project Organization in Studio 

The Introduction to Logging in Studio audience

The Introduction to Logging in Studio course is a two-hour course that is targeted at automation developers. 

The Introduction to Logging in Studio course agenda

This course covers the following:  

  • Logging Overview  
  • Accessing and Reading Robot Execution Logs  
  • Logging Recommendations 
  • Practice – Add Log Messages 

The Introduction to Logging in Studio learning objectives

At the end of the course, you should be able to:  

  • Identify and explain the types of UiPath logs and the logging levels. 
  • Explain what Robot execution logs are and interpret them correctly. 
  • Use Log Message activities effectively. 
  • Integrate the logging recommendations in your processes.