You can insert logging methods to your code and check the logs of your application in the Log view.
When a device is connected, a device log tab is automatically created in the Log view. You can create additional tabs for a device, and you can set different filters for each tab. Tabs for disconnected devices are shown as inactive, and are reactivated when the device is reconnected.
Figure: Log view
Each log tab contains a toolbar and a log table. The log table lists log messages in chronological order, and this order cannot be modified. Each log message contains the Time, Level (priority level of the log message), Pid (process ID), Tid (thread ID), Tag (identification of the log message source), and Message fields, and you can create filters for each field.
You can perform a variety of actions in the Log view:
You can create a new log tab in 2 ways:
When a device is connected and a log tab is automatically created, the default name of the new tab is the device ID. You can edit that name, and the names of the tabs you have manually created yourself.
To edit the log tab name, click the Edit Tab button (). Enter a new name for the tab and click OK.
You can either delete a single tab, or delete all tabs related to a device.
You can filter log messages based on the table columns:
To clear all log messages from a tab, click the Clear Logs button ().
To export logs to a file, click the Export Logs button (), select the file storage location and file name for the exported log, and click OK.