You can access the Event Log in Configuration Manager > Integration > Webhooks > Event Log for issue notification to help you troubleshoot your Chat implementation.
In this view, you can see all conversation related requests made to the Chat API marked as Inbound. This view also includes all the requests that 8x8 made to your webhook URL (Setup), marked in this view as Outbound in Direction column.
The records listed in Event Log contain the following properties:
This describes the direction of the request from 8x8's perspective:
Status codes according to HTTP protocol, defined in RFC 2610.
The value is either the status returned when 8x8 sends you a notification or the status when the Chat API is called (e.g., create conversation, add message).
The tenant ID provided by 8x8.
The Interaction ID provides routing information. When a chat interaction is being offered to an agent, it has the reference to the conversation resource, and the agent joins the conversation.
This value can be missing on the first event as the interaction is being created after the conversation. You can find it in the events and correlate it with the conversation ID.
The response body
The request timestamp
The record type contains the operation represented in the event.
The webhook ID for the conversation. See Webhooks
The ID of the Channel that relates to the conversation. See Channels
The ID of the conversation, see Conversations
The Transaction ID is a unique identifier that overlaps with the interaction ID. This one can be used by an agent handling a conversation, if something was wrong and further investigation is recommended.
How long the request takes.
The number of Outbound requests that are unsuccessful. The number value indicates the attempted retry.
You can search for a particular event in the search bar and use the located event to extract information for further review and analysis.
You can filter using properties.
To expand the filter view, click on Advance filter. Multiple filtering conditions can be applied using logical operators such as
or to group them.
Conditions in filters are made of relation operators such as
not equal, greater than,
greater than or equal to,
less than or
less than or equal to.
Record properties contain different data types, so not all relation operators apply.
enums - only equals or not equals
string - only equals or not equals
number - all relation operators
Updated 8 months ago