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Updated on 1/21/2020
Client Services Designer Guide
Log Node
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A Log node is used to log variables that the user has given in the browser console. The information logged using this node is useful in debugging and auditing. This is an end node as it is always added to the end of the flow.

How to Use 

  • Open the Services editor window.
  • Click the plus icon to add a new service or open an existing service in the service list.
  • In the Nodes Palette, drag and drop a Log node to the workspace.
  • Drag and drop other nodes to create a flow. Make sure the flow starts with a Start node.
  • After the flow is created, import the service to the application page. See Import a service to learn more.

Associated Attributes

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  • Name: A unique name for the node. This name will display on the service editor when you save the node.
  • Log: Logs information based on the property that you select. You can log the bh. property which is the global object containing inputsystem, and local properties, or you can:

    • Log the bh.input property
    • Log the bh.local property
    • log the file as is
    • Log the file as a string


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