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Note: A single request can contain more than one event.
For each authenticated session, there is one authentication event and any number of requests. Each request can contain one or more events, as shown in the following diagram.
Accessing the System Log
You can access the system log on the Reports page in Okta. You can also access the system log with the Okta API.
These fields are visible in the system logs on the Reports page. To view these fields, select System Log and then select the arrow to expand the entry, as shown below.
These fields are also accessible through the Okta API in the event model. For JSON responses and definitions for these attributes, see the Events section on the Okta Developer site.
Example – Multiple Requests in One Session
The following entries from the system log show a single session where there are two requests. Each request contains two events.
Request 1 – A user is created and activated.
This example shows one session, two requests, and four events.
By inspecting the log visually or accessing it programmatically, you can see the events that were processed by session and determine how they were bundled into requests.