Orchestrator Log Insights

Hello guys! Lately, I’m trying to figure out how to get more out of the Orchestrator’s Logs section, but I’m not succeeding.

I could get some tips from the UIPath Reframework Documentation, after reading this:

“For example, in a process that considers invoices as transactions, the invoice number can be assigned to the TransactionId field, the invoice date to TransactionField1 and the total amount to TransactionField2. Using the logs generated with this data, it is possible to build visualizations showing the days of the month when a large number of invoices were processed or showing the total aggregated value processed over a given period of time.” (Figure below)

But I’m just getting crazy, because I cant find into anywhere how can I connect to log database(Cloud Product) , and do some queries to get specific business insights of the logs generated into Orchestrator.

I need to know, do you guys know anyway to connect to the log database and make queries using specific contents of the generated logs? As a query that filters all invoices, based on a process name and custom log fields, such as date.

Thanks everyone for the attention.

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