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Logging - Write Log with Google Cloud API

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Getting Started

Create a workflow to Logging - Write Log with the Google Cloud API. When you configure and deploy the workflow, it will run on Pipedream's servers 24x7 for free.

  1. Configure the Logging - Write Log action
    1. Connect your Google Cloud account
    2. Configure Log name
    3. Configure Text
    4. Optional- Select a Severity
  2. Select a trigger to run your workflow on HTTP requests, schedules or app events
  3. Deploy the workflow
  4. Send a test event to validate your setup
  5. Turn on the trigger

Details

This is a pre-built, open source component from Pipedream's GitHub repo. The component is developed by Pipedream and the community, and verified and maintained by Pipedream.

To contribute an update to an existing component or create a new component, create a PR on GitHub. If you're new to Pipedream component development, you can start with quickstarts for trigger span and action development, and then review the component API reference.

Logging - Write Log on Google Cloud
Description:Writes log data to the Logging service
Version:0.0.1
Key:google_cloud-logging-write-log

Code

/* eslint-disable camelcase */
import google_cloud from "../../google_cloud.app.mjs";
import logSeverity from "../../utils/logSeverity.mjs";

export default {
  name: "Logging - Write Log",
  version: "0.0.1",
  key: "google_cloud-logging-write-log",
  description: "Writes log data to the Logging service",
  props: {
    google_cloud,
    logName: {
      label: "Log name",
      description: "The log name you'd like to write to",
      type: "string",
    },
    text: {
      label: "Text",
      description: "The data you'd like to write to the log",
      type: "string",
    },
    severity: {
      label: "Severity",
      description: "The data you'd like to write to the log",
      type: "string",
      optional: true,
      default: "DEFAULT",
      options: logSeverity,
    },
  },
  type: "action",
  methods: {},
  async run({ $ }) {
    const logger = this.google_cloud.loggingClient();
    const log = logger.log(this.logName);
    const metadata = {
      // See: https://cloud.google.com/logging/docs/reference/v2/rest/v2/LogEntry#logseverity
      severity: this.severity,
    };

    const entry = log.entry(metadata, this.text);
    await log.write(entry);
    $.export("$summary", `Logged: ${this.text}`);
  },
};

Configuration

This component may be configured based on the props defined in the component code. Pipedream automatically prompts for input values in the UI and CLI.
LabelPropTypeDescription
Google Cloudgoogle_cloudappThis component uses the Google Cloud app.
Log namelogNamestring

The log name you'd like to write to

Texttextstring

The data you'd like to write to the log

SeverityseveritystringSelect a value from the drop down menu:DEFAULTDEBUGINFONOTICEWARNINGERRORCRITICALALERTEMERGENCY

Authentication

Google Cloud uses API keys for authentication. When you connect your Google Cloud account, Pipedream securely stores the keys so you can easily authenticate to Google Cloud APIs in both code and no-code steps.

When you create a service account in GCP, you'll be asked to generate a service account key. Create that key and download the key details in JSON format.

Open the key JSON in a text editor, then copy and paste its contents here.

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