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https logs for 7.11

Hello to everyone..!

Good day,

Please kindly help me to find the location of http logs for 7.11

Just like logs below:

7779 217.33.234.106 - - [07/Sep/2010:05:12:45 +0100] "POST

7780 194.60.108.89 - - [07/Sep/2010:05:12:46 +0100] "HEAD

7781 194.60.108.88 - - [07/Sep/2010:05:12:47 +0100] "HEAD

7782 194.60.108.89 - - [07/Sep/2010:05:12:51 +0100] "HEAD

7783 217.33.234.106 - - [07/Sep/2010:05:12:52 +0100] "POST

Thank you in advance.

Mhay

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2011 at 05:43 PM

    Hi,

    You can get all the log information from NWA , application.log is the master log file. You can get it from NWA if you have access otherwise get it from BASIS team.

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2011 at 03:26 PM

    If I don't say wrong, you can activate HTTPS or HTTP log in the following way:

    In System Profile - RZ10 parameters, add this parameter:

    icm/HTTP/logging_client_0 =

    PREFIX=/,LOGFILE=HTTPclient.log,MAXSIZEKB=10240,SWITCHTF=month,FILEWRAP=on,LOGFORMAT=SAP

    This, should activate the ICM http's client log

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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2011 at 05:30 PM

    You can view http information in the ICM monitor log. As spontaleni said configure it in RZ10 for it.

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2011 at 06:25 AM

    Hi S Kumar,

    Do you know where exactly in NWA we can find the above logs?

    Thanks!

    Mhay

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