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ISA trace file

Hi Experts,

How can i see the log information of ISA...?

I write some logs in ISA java classes..

but i cant find the log from the log file from isa admin...

example log code..:

log.debug(" isd=" + isd);

log.debug("Test log by xyz ");

log.error("Test error by xyz");

Can anyone please advice me how can i trace the logs in ISA....

We are using ISA 4.o...

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,

Murugan Arumugam.

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    Sep 15, 2008 at 10:00 AM

    Hi Murugan,

    In order to receive complete information regarding logs and traces with respect to your web application, please refer to the following SAP Notes:

    1017756 - ECO 5.0 Creating own log trace files

    1090753 - Creation of logs for B2B and B2C Release 5.0

    569976 - Creation of session logs

    921409 - Enable session tracing in mySAP CRM 5.0 java components

    1054955 - Traces for configuration and pricing problems in ECO 5.0

    Hope it helps.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Nelson S Raj

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  • Feb 02, 2009 at 06:09 PM

    Hi Murugan

    One of the best tools for the analysis of issues in the ISA application is a session trace, described in the notes above.

    Creating a trace of the application allows you to complete the specific tasks in the webshop that you wish to test, and to capture the relevant information and steps the application carried out in that session.

    This is helpful as the log will not contain large amounts of non relevant information similar to what is seen in the default trace.

    You can create a session trace in the b2b or b2c admin. You have to option to review the log after you have created it and to download it. As advise above you can also navigate to the folder on the J2EE sever to review it.

    I hope that this will be of assistance.

    Warm regards,

    Peter

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    Sep 08, 2008 at 08:57 AM

    Hello,

    The logfiles you find here: /usr/sap/System/Instance/j2ee/cluster/server0/apps/sap.com/yourapp/servlet_jsp/yourapp/root/WEB-INF/logs/

    For the Tracefiles, please use SAP-Notes.

    Best regards,

    Toni

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