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Stored Queries can be accessed in the Queries page.

New Query

By clicking the New button, you can create a new Stored Query. Here:

  • Type can be either Query or Query With Tracing.
    • Query only executes the specified query.
    • Query With Tracing will execute the specified query and then request all registered applications to send their results as well by Trace Id.
  • A Query Limit needs to be set in order to make sure that queries don't consume too many resources.

Finally, press "Save" to save the Query.


By clicking on the Filter icon on top, you can search through the different queries. Simply fill in the fields and click Close to show the filtered results.


You can delete a Stored Query by clicking on the Garbage Bin icon on the right side of a Stored Query. Simply confirm your action and the Query will be deleted.


You can see the details of a Stored Query by clicking on it. The chart on the top of the page shows the time spans in which the captured requests occur. When multiple requests occur at the same time, the chart at that time will see an increase. Below the chart, you see the Query Logs, displayed as a (un)collapsible tree.

In contrast to the Explore feature, Stored Queries are not live. However, you can refresh the results by clicking on the Refresh icon.

Furthermore, you can copy all the results in JSON format by pressing the Copy icon.

You can copy an individual Query Log in JSON format by pressing the Copy icon next to the Query Log.

Finally, when a query is saved with the type "Query With Tracing", you can see a Zoom icon on the right side of the Query Log. By clicking on this icon, you will see a modal for the trace id of that query log. Simply click on one of the bars to see the traced Query Log in more details.

Queries can be grouped together as Sessions. Learn more about Sessions on the next page.