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LogHive provides a simple REST API that you can use to push events and errors. Here is an example code for C#:


You're lucky! There is already an SDK available for C# that you can easily download via NuGet. With this, you only need a maximum of two lines of code to push an event to LogHive.
var logger = new LogHiveApi("your-api-key");
// push event
var notification = false;
var responseEvent = await logger.AddEventAsync("yourprojectname", "yourgroupname", "your-event-name", "descripton", notification);
// push insight
var responseInsight = await logger.AddInsightAsync("yourprojectname", "yourinsightname", 100);
// online offline state
await logger.SetSystemOnlineAsync("yourprojectname", "yoursystemname");
await logger.SetSystemOfflineAsync("yourprojectname", "yoursystemname");
The SDK internally uses HttpClient, so you only need to instantiate LogHiveApi once.

Serilog Sink

This C# library is a sink for the Serilog Logging Framework. With this extension, all log events that occur are automatically transmitted to the event and log service LogHive.


To ensure that the Serilog extension is found, you should include the namespace Serilog.Sinks.LogHive in your Usings section.
  • ApiKey: your personal api key
  • RestrictedToMinimumLevel: minimum Log Level to push the event to LogHive
  • MinimumPushNotificationLevel: minimum Log Level to push a notification
  • ParseMessageTemplateForEventName: parse message template to full string without property placeholders (default: false)
"Serilog": {
"Using": [
"MinimumLevel": {
"Default": "Warning"
"WriteTo": [
"Name": "Console"
"Name": "LogHiveSink",
"Args": {
"ApiKey": "your-api-key",
"ProjectName": "yourprojectname",
"GroupName": "yourgroupname",
"ParseMessageTemplateForEventName": false,
"RestrictedToMinimumLevel": "Error",
"MinimumPushNotificationLevel": "Error"
You can also instantiate logging directly through the code:
var log = new LoggerConfiguration()
.WriteTo.LogHiveSink("your-api-key", "yourprojectname", "yourgroupname",
LogEventLevel.Information, LogEventLevel.Information)
var position = new { Latitude = 25, Longitude = 134 };
var elapsedMs = 34;
log.Information("Processed {@Position} in {Elapsed:000} ms.", position, elapsedMs);
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