Get User Operation Log Count
Query for the number of user operation log entries that fulfill the given parameters. Takes the same parameters as the get log entries method.
|deploymentId||Filter by deployment id.|
|processDefinitionId||Filter by process definition id.|
|processDefinitionKey||Filter by process definition key.|
|processInstanceId||Filter by process instance id.|
|executionId||Filter by execution id.|
|caseDefinitionId||Filter by case definition id.|
|caseInstanceId||Filter by case instance id.|
|caseExecutionId||Filter by case execution id.|
|taskId||Only include operations on this task.|
|jobId||Filter by job id.|
|jobDefinitionId||Filter by job definition id.|
|userId||Only include operations of this user.|
|operationId||Filter by the id of the operation. This allows fetching of multiple entries which are part of a composite operation.|
|operationType||Filter by the type of the operation like
|entityType||Filter by the type of the entity that was affected by this operation, possible values are
|property||Only include operations that changed this property, e.g.
|afterTimestamp||Restrict to entries that were created after the given timestamp. The timestamp must have the format
|beforeTimestamp||Restrict to entries that were created before the given timestamp. The timestamp must have the format
A JSON object that contains the count as the only property.
|count||Number||The number of matching log entries.|
|400||application/json||Returned if some of the query parameters are invalid. See the Introduction for the error response format.|