CSF API Response Log

The "CSF API Response Log" DocType appears to be designed for logging and tracking responses generated by API requests. Let's break down its key features:

  1. Autonaming:

    • The autoname pattern is set as "naming_series:", indicating the use of a Naming Series to automatically generate names for each document instance.

  2. Fields:

    • Naming Series:

      • A Select field where the options are defined by the pattern "CSFAPI-RES-.YY.-.########". This suggests that each document instance will be named following this pattern, where ###### represents an auto-incrementing number.

    • Timestamp:

      • Captures the date and time of the API response. It is marked as read-only.

    • Request Type:

      • A data field storing the type of the API request.

    • Request URL:

      • A data field to store the URL of the API request.

    • Request Header:

      • A Small Text field to store the header information of the API request.

    • User ID:

      • A data field to store the user ID associated with the API request.

    • Response Status Code:

      • A data field capturing the HTTP status code of the API response.

    • Request Body:

      • A Long Text field to store the body of the API request.

    • Response Data:

      • A Long Text field to store the data received in the API response.

  3. Layout:

    • The layout includes column breaks and section breaks to organize and visually group related fields.

  4. Permissions:

    • Permissions are set to allow users with the role "System Manager" to create, delete, email, export, print, read, report, share, and write documents of this type.

  5. Sorting and Tracking:

    • The documents are sorted based on the modification timestamp in descending order.

  6. Indexing for Web Search:

    • The option "index_web_pages_for_search" is enabled, suggesting that the content of these documents may be indexed for web search.

In summary, the "CSF API Response Log" DocType is intended to log details about API responses, providing a structured way to record and analyze the interactions between a system and external APIs. It captures essential information such as request details, timestamps, and response data for future reference and analysis