From the main page of foodpanda Bridge, you can read the logs of all the operations between HubRise and foodpanda, and access the configuration settings of the integration.
The main page displays the latest API operations between HubRise, foodpanda, and foodpanda Bridge.
Operations can either be related to a specific order, or be generic system requests performed by foodpanda Bridge.
Each row in the page shows the following information about an operation:
- TIME: The date and time of the order.
- ORDER: The HubRise order ID, for order operations.
- STATUS: The status of the order. The value OK indicates that the order has been successfully sent, otherwise a message will explain the type of error occurred.
The "System request" label indicates that the operation is not related to a specific order.
Clicking on a row will open a new page displaying the logs associated with the operation.
Selecting an order operation from the list in the main page will display all the logs of the API requests exchanged between HubRise and foodpanda via foodpanda Bridge.
Requests are ordered with the latest on top, and those related to the same order event (order received, order cancelled, etc.) are visually grouped together.
Each row in the logs displays the following information:
- TIME: The date and time the request was sent.
- DIRECTION: The apps sending and receiving the request, in the format Origin → Destination.
- STATUS: The status of the request. The value OK indicates that the request has been successfully received, otherwise a message will explain the type of error occurred.
Clicking on a request will expand it to reveal the detailed logs of the request and its response.
Logs are a powerful debugging tool in case of issues. To understand in detail how to read logs, see the HubRise documentation.
The layout of a system request page is identical to that of an order page.
System requests are generally sent by foodpanda Bridge to notify HubRise about a change in the configuration or to populate the UI with the most up-to-date information. As an example, the following image displays a request to update the foodpanda Bridge callback after a configuration change.
System request pages can provide useful debugging insights to support teams, but are rarely of interest to other users.
At the top right corner of the main page, you can click on the arrow
Clicking on the foodpanda and HubRise logos on top of any page of foodpanda Bridge will bring you back to the main page.
To access the foodpanda Bridge Configuration page, click on the arrow
From this page, you will be able to customise the behaviour of foodpanda Bridge. For more details, see Configuration.