Tracing and Logging Settings

Enables you to configure the Consolidated Tracing Facility (CTF), its verbosity and the options it applies to.
Enable Tracing
Create a Consolidated Tracing Facility (CTF) trace file which will provide low level technical logging for debugging issues.
Use Binary Format
The trace file will be created as a compressed binary file, which can be viewed using the CTF Viewer.
Trace Level
The level of trace output to generate:
  • Debug
  • Info
  • Warning
  • Error
  • Fatal
File Name
The CTF trace file will be created with the location and name provided. If only a file name is provided, it will be created in the default mftrace folder location . On UNIX it is created in the working directory of the process.

Enable Tracing for:

Enable tracing for when changes are made to the configuration file of ESCWA.
JSON Parsing and Serialization
Enable tracing for ESCWA's use of JSON objects.
Enable tracing for network communications between ESCWA and other components.
Enable tracing for user sessions in ESCWA.
Enable tracing for the External Security Facility (ESF) usage in ESCWA.
Enable tracing for the Secrets Vault in use by ESCWA.
Enable tracing for auditing in ESCWA.
Log Directory
The directory to which the server log (log.html) will be saved. The specified directory must already exist. By default, this is located in $COBDIR/etc.
Click this to display the Micro Focus ES Communications Process Message Log.
Enable Auditing
Enable Auditing for ESCWA. ESCWA will collect information on security related events and preserve them for later review. Enterprise Server Auditing must be setup for this to take effect.
Note: See Enterprise Server Auditing for more information.