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MongoDB in Conversational AI

hi

I have a webchat up and running, I would like to check if all the messages received and sent are stored in Mongo DB like its shown here https://github.com/yemanaung/bot-connector ?

if they are can we access them ?

thanks

Dhillon

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2019 at 10:21 PM

    Hi Dhillon,

    if you use the webchat with SAP Conversational AI, we store the messages as well. You can retrieve them as follows:

    1. Authenticate all following API calls by using the developer token of your bot or version and setting the `Authorization` header to `Token {developer_token}`.
      further information: https://cai.tools.sap/docs/api-reference/#authentication
    2. Retrieve a list of conversations by making a GET request to https://api.cai.tools.sap/connect/v1/conversations
      API documentation: https://cai.tools.sap/docs/api-reference/#indexing-conversations
    3. Using the IDs of the conversations retrieved in the previous request, you can fetch the details for the specific conversations, including the messages.
      This can be done with a GET request to https://api.cai.tools.sap/connect/v1/conversations/${CONVERSATION_ID} (replacing ${CONVERSATION_ID} with the actual ID.
      API documentation: https://cai.tools.sap/docs/api-reference/#showing-a-conversation

    Accessing the database is not possible.

    If you are interested in the users' messages only (without the response of your bot), you can also have a look at the log feed by using the Monitor tab or the Logs API endpoint.

    Through the API the logs can be retrieved with a GET request to https://api.cai.tools.sap/train/v2/users/${USER_SLUG}/bots/${BOT_SLUG}/logs (you have to replace ${USER_SLUG} with your actual user slug or the organization slug (if the bot belongs to an organization) and ${BOT_SLUG} with the bot slug). You can find the documentation for that at https://cai.tools.sap/docs/api-reference/#indexing-bot-logs.

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