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Introduction

Use this guide to configure the Logs tab in the Web Admin for each SecureAuth IdP realm.

This includes enabling or disabling audit, error, and debug logs.

Prerequisites

1. Create a New Realm for the target resource for which the configuration settings will apply, or open an existing realm for which configurations have already been started

2. Configure the Overview, Data, Workflow, Registration Methods, and Post Authentication tabs in the Web Admin before configuring the Logs tab 

Logs Configuration Steps

 

1. In the Log Options section, provide the Log Instance ID, e.g. the Application Name or the realm name (SecureAuth3)

2. Check which Audit, Debug, and Error Logs to enable

3. Select On or Remote Only from the Custom Errors dropdown to redirect end-users to a distinct page when a custom error occurs

4. Provide the URL for the Custom Error Redirect if On or Remote Only is selected in step 3

 If SysLog is enabled
SysLog

 

1. Provide the FQDN or IP Address of the Syslog Server

2. Provide the SysLog Port number

 If Database is enabled
Log Database

 

1. Provide the FQDN or the IP Address of the database in the Data Source field

2. Provide the Database Name in the Initial Catalog field

3. Select True from the Integrated Security dropdown if the webpage's ID is to be included in the Connection String

4. Select True form the Persist Security Info dropdown if access to username and password information is allowed

5. Provide the User ID of the Database

6. Provide the Password associated to the User ID

7. Click Generate Connection String, and the Connection String will auto-populate based on the previous fields

8. Click Test Connection to ensure that the integration is successful

9. Click Save to all Realms if these Database settings are to be used in each SecureAuth IdP realm

Click Save once the configurations have been completed and before leaving the Logs page to avoid losing changes