Session log

Qlik Sense Engine Service (QES)

The following fields are specific to the Session log for the QES:

  • ActiveUserDirectory: The user directory for the user.
  • ActiveUserId: The ID of the user.
  • EngineTimestamp: The time when the QES wrote the log message to file.
  • EngineThread: The ID of the thread that was used when the QES wrote the log message to file.
  • ProcessId: The ID of the QES process from which the log message originates.
  • Exe Type: The configuration type (release or debug version) of the QES process.
  • Exe Version: The version number of the QES process.
  • Server Started: The time when the QES started.
  • AppId: The ID of the app that was loaded by the finished engine session.
  • App Title: The title of the loaded app that was used during the finished engine session.
  • Doc Timestamp: The last modified timestamp of the app that was loaded by the finished engine session.
  • Qlik Sense User: The user that started the finished engine session.
  • Exit Reason: The reason for the engine session to finish.
  • Session Start: The time when the engine session started.
  • Session Duration: The duration (in milliseconds) of the finished engine session.
  • CPU Spent (s): The CPU time (in seconds) that was spent handling requests during the finished engine session.
  • Bytes Received: The number of bytes of data that were received during the engine session.
  • Bytes Sent: The number of bytes of data that were sent during the engine session.
  • Calls: The number of calls that were made during the engine session.
  • Selections: The number of selections that were made during the engine session.
  • Authenticated User: The authenticated user that used the engine session.
  • Client Machine Identification: The ID of the client machine that opened the engine session.
  • Serial Number: The serial number that was used during the engine session.
  • Client Type: The type of client that was used for the engine session.
  • Client Build Version: The build version of the client.
  • Secure Protocol: An on/off flag that indicates whether the protocol was run over a secure connection.

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