View and create queries for monitoring and tracking in Azure Monitor logs for Azure Logic Apps

Applies to: Azure Logic Apps (Consumption)


This article applies only to Consumption logic apps. For information about monitoring Standard logic apps, review Enable or open Application Insights after deployment for Standard logic apps.

You can view the underlying queries that produce the results from Azure Monitor logs and create queries that filter the results based your specific criteria. For example, you can find messages based on a specific interchange control number. Queries use the Kusto query language, which you can edit if you want to view different results. For more information, see Azure Monitor log queries.


View queries behind results

To view or edit the query that produces the results in your workspace summary, follow these steps:

  1. On any results page, at the bottom, select See All.

    See all results

    The Logs page opens and shows the query behind the previous results page.

    Logs page - query view

  2. On the Logs page, you can select these options:

    • To view the query results as a table, under the query editor, select Table.

    • To change the query, update the query string and select Run to view the results in the table.

Create your own query

To find or filter results based on specific properties or values, you can create your own query by starting from an empty query or use an existing query. For more information, see Get started with log queries in Azure Monitor.

  1. In the Azure portal, find and select your Log Analytics workspace.

  2. On your workspace menu, under General, select Logs.

  3. Start from an empty query or any available existing queries.

    • To check whether any existing queries are available, on the query toolbar, select either Samples queries > History, which shows queries from previous query runs, or select Query explorer, which shows prebuilt queries.

      For example, the Logic Apps B2B solution provides these prebuilt queries:

      Start with "Logic Apps B2B" solution prebuilt queries

    • To start from an empty query, in the query editor, start typing the Kusto query language for your query.

      Start with empty query

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