Where can we see the logs generated by running robots?

Can anyone give me the answer to this question?

Where can we see the logs generated by running robots?

1- in the output panel
2- in the local logs folder
3- In the orchestrator logs

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@priyesh

If you used Log Message activity then it will show in output panel and also will send to orchestrator also.

Please check below threads.

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If Orchestrator is unavailable, logs are stored in a local database ( C:\Windows\SysWOW64\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\UiPath\Logs\execution_log_data ), within the available disk space, until the connection is restored. When the connection is restored, the logs are sent in batches in the order they had been generated.

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Hi @priyesh

in all the three levels that you have mentioned, we can see the log generated by robots
but it differs with the way it is generated in each level
Fine
1. in output panel
Generally in output panel we will be getting the writeline messages and log messages that we mention them in workflow explicitly using write line activity and log message activity…but in the log message activity we got five level like this
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each has their own level of information…and we get the logs as per our selection in this drop down
each log level gives us the information https://activities.uipath.com/docs/log-message
we can get this log message in studio, log files and when connected with orchestrator we can see there as well

2. in the local logs folder
Yes ofcourse, we have a log folder been connected to out our studio were we will be getting log messages for both execution and studio level…and we can find our log folder by pressing the open logs option image
this will take us to the log folder of our studio

3. in the orchestrator logs
again buddy these are all integrated…the logs that you see here in the studio can be viewed in orchestrator as well… but you got an option to take the requried level of log information from the studio and can see them alone in orchestrator, in robot tab, or in process tab or in job tab with three dots at the right end, click it and click VIEW LOGS
like this
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Hope this would help you buddy
Cheers @priyesh

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@Palaniyappan Thanks Buddy

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No worries buddy
Cheers @priyesh

You can also find the Execution Logs in the “Users/App Data/Local/UiPath/Logs/Execution Log”

TanQ,
Michael Udhaya

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