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Demo application showing how to use RingCentral Call Logs and convert to CSV
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RingCentral Call Log Download Demo App

This is a demo application showing how to use RingCentral API Call Log resource via the JS SDK to download call logs for your account. This application will GET all the n your RingCentral account (based on the environment, but defaults to Sandbox) and will convert the call log JSON data (once all data is fetched) into a .csv file and save locally.

This is only a demo application to show how to use Call Logs API resource properly with the RingCentral-JS SDK. This code should not be used directly in production, but can be used for PoC development and testing.



  1. Clone git clone this repository and cd ringcentral-call-log-download-demo into the project directory
  2. Install the dependencies npm install
  3. Configure your environment cp .env.tmpl .env
    • CACHE_PREFIX is optional
    • RC_EXTENSION is optional (if you are using the 101 Extension)
    • VIEW can be either Simple or Detailed
    • DATE_FROM and DATE_TO must both be an ISO8601 formatted Date which includes: date, time, timezone offset (Ex: YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS.000Z where 000Z = hours offset from Zulu time)
    • LOGS_PER_PAGE must be an integer not to exceed 1000 (max records per page for Call Log API resource)
    • OUTPUT_FILE_PREFIX can be any string you would like, and will be the name of the output CSV file + --- + unixTimeStamp + .csv
  4. Create an application in RingCentral Developer Portal with the following parameters:
    • Platform Type: Server-only (No UI)
    • Application Type: Private
    • Permissions Needed: Read Accounts, Read Call Log
    • Name/Description: What you choose, but I always use something easy to identify in lists
  5. Populate your environment file with your Application and Admin user data (the keys in the .env file should be pretty straight forward)


  1. To start the application, npm start
  2. When you see "The file: myRingCentralCallLogs---{{timestamp}}.csv has been written", the application is complete and you should see a new file in the root of this project directory named as today's date and containing your call log data.


  1. Not seeing your CSV? Inspect the paging property of the request and see if you have more than 10K call logs (this can cause your application to be throttled)
  2. Anything else...add an issue and I will respond as soon as I am able
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