Get User Operation Log Count
Queries for the number of user operation log entries that fulfill the given parameters. Takes the same parameters as the Get User Operation Log (Historic) 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. By default*, the timestamp must have the format
|beforeTimestamp||Restrict to entries that were created before the given timestamp. By default*, the timestamp must have the format
* For further information, please see the documentation.
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.|