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Get more log info in QRADAR

Nowadays its difficult to do troubleshooting regarding app integration due to the limited log information in the platform. We did a Qradar integration but the information we can see is still poor. For example we need to see each GET api call for some methods in order to know if an app is working properly.

We would like to have all the api calls logged to Qradar.

  • Guest
  • Jun 2 2020
  • Future consideration
  • Guest commented
    28 Jul, 2020 07:27pm

    We will accept this RFE with the scope that all 401 type responses and similar errors. We will prioritize this for a later development date. Thanks again for your idea!

  • Guest commented
    13 Jul, 2020 02:14pm

    Hello Adam, do you still need more information? We would need to have this ASAP..... At least more information about the http calls where IBM responded with an error code.

  • Guest commented
    4 Jun, 2020 09:35pm

    We are using that DSM, and we have it configured to get all the information. But for debugging we needed to see if an app was using the correct client id to get the auth token. That's when we realized that we were not seing the HTTP GET API calls to the token endpoint, or to the users or groups endpoint. We would like to get all those calls in Qradar.


  • Guest commented
    3 Jun, 2020 02:49am

    We would like to understand better what API calls you are making to get the data into QRadar. Was this something that your team wrote that is custom or are you using the out of the box DSM as provided by the QRadar team?

    The documentation regarding the QRadar DSM is located here:

    Once you're able to provide some clarity we will be able to provide additional details about next steps. Thanks.

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