Log Level in Orchestrator and UiPath Assistant settings. Difference?

Hello, everyone,

I have read the documentation and still can’t answer the question.

It’s about the logging level.

The UiPath Assistant has a Log Level option under Settings. For every single robot in Orchestrator on the same machine there is also this option in the settings.

What is the difference?

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I think the details can be found in the following docs:

“Each Log has a Log Level which refers to how detailed the generated message is.
Logging Levels refer to the type of severity that is written in the Log File .”

Also this one

“The default logging level is controlled by the Level setting stored in Orchestrator Settings window . By default, it is set to Information .”

Does this answer your question?