For example, the Loggly allows to do it by the HTTP request:
and the Elasticsearch has the Search API:
Kiwis is a tool from a much older era, they dont expose a searchable api like that. Depending how you install it you might not even have a real database underneath it, the default is just an MS Access table. Assuming yours is installed with a legit DB like sql server or postgres I'd suspect querying those with your tool would be the best plan to get what you are asking.
Thank you for the reply. I think, I'll export logs by creating the remote host forward action to Elasticsearch and search data already from ES.
I see I can configure it in the UI. Is it everything that should be set on the Kiwi side?
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