App Diagnostics Reports

OXIDE allows you to view diagnostic reports uploaded by end users within an app. When a report is uploaded, metadata is collected about the application runtime along with logs outputted in the developer console.

Access diagnostics reports

Search for the Diagnostics reports panel using the command palette.

Using the panel toolbar, you can:

  • Change the deployment context for the diagnostics reports.

  • Limit to the 5 newest reports.

  • Refresh the list of reports (if new reports are uploaded)

Access diagnostics logs

Apart from accessing metadata of the runtime and device, developers can access diagnostics logs. These include logs uploaded from within an application (e.g. console.log("counter =", i)) as well as internal logs generated by the runtime and related services.

To access the diagnostics logs, right-click on the report in the panel and select View logs, or click on the View logs button within an open diagnostics report to show the respective log viewer.

View diagnostics report or diagnostics logs from the Diagnostics reports panel:

Button to view diagnostics logs within an open diagnostics report:

JSON view

Diagnostics logs can be viewed in a JSON format (this is the default):

Table view

Diagnostics logs can be viewed in a table format:

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