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Turning off the Crystal Reports XI Server Logging

Post Author: DHitten

CA Forum: JAVA

Is anyone aware of a way to shut off the logs, they are filling up our files and make it difficult to locate any other errors that may be occuring Much Appreciated

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 12:49 AM

    Post Author: Ted Ueda

    CA Forum: JAVA

    Crystal Reports server logging is enabled by appending the "-trace" option to each server start-up command-line command.You can access this command-line command via the CCM - stop a Crystal Report server, right-click and look at Properties.Sincerely,Ted Ueda

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 01:27 PM

    Post Author: DHitten

    CA Forum: JAVA

    My bad I neglected to say that I'm using Crystal Reports XI JRC with JBoss 4.0.x J2EE Web Application Server, Is there any programmatic command that I can give it that will keep the Crystal Reports components from outputting all that data to my server logs? Much AppreciatedDHitten

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 04:13 PM

    Post Author: Ted Ueda

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    The JRC uses Log4J - so there's no programmatic command within the JRC SDK itself. However, you can configure log4j using the log4j.properties file (one should be provided in the java/lib folder where you find the JRC jars), deploy to your project so it's found in the CLASSPATH. Within the log4j.properties file, you can either redirect output elsewhere, or set the logging level from WARN to OFF.Sincerely,Ted Ueda

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