Folder path to view the Node.js agent logs

Folder path to view the Node.js agent logs

By default, the logs generated by the Node.js agent are stored in the apminsightdata folder, which resides in your application's current working directory. The log files can be found at:
If you would like to customize the destination directory for your agent's logs, you can do so by referring to this help page.

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