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Where to find location log in LogViewer

Hi,

I've develop an application using Location and Category.

I can find the Category log in the LogViewer.

But I don't find Location trace anywhere ...

I use:

LOCATION.entering("doInitialization");

LOCATION.infoT("doInitialization", "User started transaction", new Object[] { m_timeManagment.getFirstName()});

With the configuration:

- SEVERITY=ALL

defined in the Log Configurator.

Where should I see the associated trace ?

Thanks,

Fabien

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    Oct 03, 2005 at 06:13 PM

    Hi Fabien,

    > With the configuration:

    > - SEVERITY=ALL defined in the Log Configurator.

    This corresponds the the location settings?! The location again has got a destination, which again has a filtering possibility. Is this also "open" (=ALL)?

    For a picture and further info see https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.km.cm.docs/library/events/webinars/using logging and tracing on the sap web as java.pdf page 9.

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

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    Oct 04, 2005 at 07:05 AM

    Hi,

    I've a problem to set a destination to my Location in the Visual Administration/Log Configurator ...

    When I try to add a destination and that I save the Location, The system ask me to restart the service (OK) so as the modification will be available ...

    But when I go back to see the modification, the destination is not added to my Location ...

    I have not this problem with category...

    Category aree working well ...

    Any idea ?

    If I do not set any destination to my Location, where are there written ? In a default file ?

    When documentation says: <i>Please keep in mind that trace messages are turned off by default

    and are only turned on in case of known problems!</i>

    What does it means: is it a recommendation or a rule?

    Thanks,

    Fabien

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