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getJobLogs

Gets specified job logs for the selected company. You can sort by characters, direction, start and end dates, and number of rows.
Syntax

Authorized User Types

  • IpsUser
  • IpsAdmin
  • IpsCompanyAdmin
  • TrialSiteAdmin
  • TrialSiteUser
  • ImagePortalAdmin
  • ImagePortalUser
  • ImagePortalContrib
  • ImagePortalContribUser

Parameters

Input (getJobLogsParam)
Name
Type
Required
Description
* companyHandle *
xsd:string
No
The company handle.
* userHandle *
xsd:string
No
Gets logs for jobs submitted by a specific user.
* sortBy *
xsd:string
No
Lets you select sort fields.
* sortDirection *
xsd:string
No
Sort order (ascending or descending).
* startDate *
xsd:dateTime
No
The date and time of the start of the job log. Provide the time zone with the request for this field.
* endDate *
xsd:dateTime
No
The date and time of the end of the job log. Provide the time zone with the request for this field.
* numRows *
xsd:int
No
Maximum number of rows to return.
Output (getJobLogsReturn)
Name
Type
Required
Description
* jobLogArray *
types: JobLogArray
Yes
Array of job logs.

Examples

This code sample returns IPS job logs for a specific company. You can also use it to return job logs for a specific user or company and user.
Request
<ns1:getJobLogsParam xmlns:ns1="http://www.scene7.com/IpsApi/xsd">
   <ns1:companyHandle>47</ns1:companyHandle>
</ns1:getJobLogsParam>

Response
<getJobLogsReturn xmlns="http://www.scene7.com/IpsApi/xsd">
   <jobLogArray>
      <items>
         <companyHandle>47</companyHandle>
         <jobHandle>47||Add_2007-09-14-15:04:34</jobHandle>
         <jobName>Add_2007-09-14-15:04:34</jobName>
         <submitUserEmail>kmagnusson@adobe.com</submitUserEmail>
         <logType>BeginUpload</logType>
         <startDate>2007-09-14T22:04:58.536-07:00</startDate>
         <fileSuccessCount>2</fileSuccessCount>
         <fileErrorCount>0</fileErrorCount>
         <fileWarningCount>205</fileWarningCount>
         <fileDuplicateCount>0</fileDuplicateCount>
         <fileUpdateCount>0</fileUpdateCount>
         <totalFileCount>0</totalFileCount>
         <fatalError>false</fatalError>
       </items>
   </jobLogArray>
</getJobLogsReturn>