Any log that has been added to XpoLog (local, remote Windows machine, remote UNIX machine, database tables, remote XpoLog instances, merged logs, and more) can be viewed, searched, tailed and more in the Log Viewer in realtime.
Once a log is mapped to XpoLog, a simple click on the log presents it in the Log Viewer console.
In the Log Viewer, you can open, view, and investigate multiple logs from multiple remote data sources in different tabs, for an enhanced view of several logs. To view multiple log sources in a single screen you should use the XpoLog Search. The Log Viewer is a dedicated view per log source in your browser.
You can specify the number of log records that are displayed in the Log Viewer, and can then easily and conveniently browse through the log using the toolbar buttons, to navigate to the next page, previous page, end of log, or beginning of log.
You can also use the Search and Quick Filter features to perform fast searches and quick filters on the log, using specific terms, regular expressions, time range, and more. For more complex searches, you can use a regular filter.
You can also save any filter in the system for later use.