Log Management API > BS2_GetFilteredLogSinceEventId


Gets all the log records that matches the given condition.

Declaration

#include "BS_API.h"
 
int BS2_GetFilteredLogSinceEventId(void* context, BS2_DEVICE_ID deviceId, char* uid, BS2_EVENT_CODE eventCode,
						BS2_TIMESTAMP start,
						BS2_TIMESTAMP end,
						uint8_t tnakey,
						BS2_EVENT_ID lastEventId,
						uint32_t amount,						
						BS2Event** logsObj,
						uint32_t* numLog);

Parameter

  • [In] context : Context
  • [In] deviceId : Device ID
  • [In] uid : User ID. When the value is NULL, it means all users.
  • [In] eventCode : Log event code. When the value is 0, it means all events.
  • [In] start : Filtered search start time. When the value is 0, it means there are no limitations.
  • [In] end : Filtered search end time. When the value is 0, it means there are no limitations.
  • [In] tnakey : TNA key. When the value is 0, it means all TNA keys.
  • [In] lastEventId : Choose a specific log ID and it searches from the chosen log ID
  • [In] amount : Amount of log.
  • [Out] logsObj : Pointer to store the log record's address.
  • [Out] numLog : Number of log record.

NOTE
The zoneObj variable needs to return the memory to the system by the BS2_ReleaseObject function after being used.

Return Value

If successfully done, BS_SDK_SUCCESS will be returned.
If there is an error, the corresponding error code will be returned.

See Also