Log Configuration

The Log Configuration provides a runtime control of log levels and default visibility of log searches. With the proper settings, the view can show detailed log information to help trace where a problem occurred in a live system.

You can submit these root level and log level configurations when accessing the Log Configuration page:

  • Set the level for the root logger is used to determine the level that any new loggers will use.
  • All loggers are used to set the log level of all current loggers. This configuration does not affect the root logger. Any new logger still uses what the root logger level has.
Note: For Datatranslator, the BEDataTranslatorStarter information about the “Total No. of DataTranslator fetch from BE” is only shown when the Events > Configuration for this class (BEDataTranslatorStarter) is set to DEBUG.

You can also access the Server event log that contains detailed information about the server operation. The drop-down menu provides several log options used to submit a log configuration:

  • DEBUG shows fine-grained informational events that are most useful to debug an application.
  • INFO shows informational messages that highlight the progress of the application at coarse-grained level.
  • WARN shows potentially harmful situations.
  • ERROR shows error events that might still allow the application to continue running.
  • FATAL shows severe error events that might lead the application to stop.
Note: Important warning and error messages always show in the Log page, regardless of Log Configuration settings.