In this dialog it is possible to enable / disable the logging of the used server or application. Also, log file and log level can be specified.
Available log levels:
None: Deactivate the logging of the server / application.
Status: Log only server status changes and single logs for each time a report is rendered.
Error: Log includes error messages such as "report file could not be read; rendering aborted".
Warning: Log includes warning messages such as "font not found, using a replacement font".
Information: Log includes information messages such as the used JDBC driver.
Debug: Useful if you want to send bug reports to the support team. Set this log level when asked to by i-net software's technical support or if you need detailed log messages to solve a problem.
Customized: With this log level it is possible to set the log level for each server component.
Default value: Error
Please remember that in some cases a component may log more information than configured here (e.g. SetupWizard loggs at minimum on INFO)
Logging of Database Drivers
Activate/Deactivate the logging of the used database (JDBC) driver.
Default value: Deactivated
File for Logging
This log file will be used for logging instead of the standard output stream (System.out).
empty- the standard output stream is used (console).
Max Size (MB)
Specifies the maximum size (in MB) a log file should reach before being archived as <original log file name>.<index>.zip. Enter 0 to have no limit.
Default value: 100
Max Number of Archive
Defines how many archive log files are to be kept before deleting old ones when archiving. Enter 0 to not have a limit.
Default value: 10
Defines the Date Format pattern for Logging in Java syntax, e.g. dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm:ss.S
Default value: M/d H:mm:ss
Creation of Debug files containing Report Query Data per report file
Create Debug Data
Activates the creation of debug files containing the requested database data of a report ("save data of the report file"). It is strongly recommended to leave this off unless you are asked to switch it on by i-net software's technical support, since it is extremely performance-intensive. If you activate "Create Debug Data", then i-net Clear Reports will create files called CCcore<engine-id> in the current directory (or in the directory that the parameter "Path for Debug Data" points to). You can read back the data with the database class DatabaseCore (append: &datasource=core.dll at the end of the report URL).
Default value: Deactivated
Path for Debug Data
The path for CCcore files. These files contain the data that is fetched from the database for this report. Even if a CCcore file might end with .rpt it is not a report file but only the data to be used for the report file.
Note: If this field remains empty, the working directory will be used.