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Log entry types (Client context)
The following table lists the available log entry types in the client context.
Table 32. Log entry types (Client context)
Log entry type
Executable
Description
4GLMessages
ABL (GUI and character mode); AppServer and WebSpeed do not require this log entry type for ABL messages to be written to the log file
Turns on logging of ABL messages. OpenEdge writes all ABL VIEW-AS ALERT-BOX messages to the log file, together with the ABL stack, when you turn on Debug Alert, using either the Debug Alert (-debugalert) startup parameter or the DEBUG-ALERT attribute on the SESSION system handle
.For log entry details, see the ABL message logging.
4GLTrace
ABL clients, AppServer, and WebSpeed agents
Turns on logging for the execution of internal procedures, user-defined functions, persistent user-interface triggers, named events, and class events (generated by the RUN, FUNCTION, PUBLISH, and SUBSCRIBE statements, and (for class events) by the Publish( ), Subscribe( ), and Unsubscribe( ) event methods, respectively). It also logs the instantiation and use of classes, including execution of constructors (invoked by the NEW phrase and also by the SUPER and THIS-OBJECT statements), the execution of methods defined within classes (including those invoked using the SUPER system reference), the execution of property accessor methods (invoked by accessing a property of a class), and the execution of destructors (invoked by executing the DELETE OBJECT statement).
For log entry details, see ABL trace logging.
4GLTrans
ABL clients
Turns on logging for the processing of transactions and subtransactions in ABL procedures.
For log entry details, see ABL transaction logging.
AiaDefault
AiaMgmt
AiaProp
AiaRqst
AiaUbroker
AIA
Turns on logging for the AIA component.
For log entry details, see AIA logging.
ASDefault
AppServer agent
Combines the ASPlumbing and DB.Connects log entry types. It is the default value for AppServer agents.
For log entry details, see AppServer logging.
ASPlumbing
AppServer agent
Turns on logging for different actions, depending on the logging level specified.
For log entry details, see AppServer logging.
DB.Connects
ABL clients, AppServer, and WebSpeed agents
Turns on logging of database connections (connects and disconnects). The log messages include database name and user ID number.
For log entry details, see Database connection logging.
DS.Cursor
DataServer clients
Turns on logging for cursor identification from the OpenEdge client and shows various attributes tagged to the cursor selection.
DS.QryInfo
DataServer clients
Turns on logging for query preparation from the OpenEdge client and shows various attributes tagged to server query execution.
DynObjects.UI
DynObjects.Class
DynObjects.DB
DynObjects.Other
DynObjects.XML
ABL clients, AppServer, and WebSpeed agents ABL clients and WebSpeed agents
Turns on logging of dynamic object creation and deletion.
For log entry details, see Dynamic object logging.
FileID
ABL clients, AppServer, and WebSpeed agents
Turns on logging of file access operations (opening and closing files), and any file access error messages that might occur.
For log entry details, see File access logging.
IgnoredOps
ABL clients
Turns on logging of operations that the AVM ignores because the ABL windows to which they apply are embedded in .NET forms. For information about operations that the AVM ignores when they occur in the context of an embedded window, see the EmbeddedWindow property reference entry in OpenEdge Development: ABL Reference.
For log entry details, see Ignored operation logging.
MsgrTrace
WebSpeed Messengers
Turns on logging for WebSpeed Messengers. The information logged depends on which Messenger is running and the logging level specified.
For log entry details, see WebSpeed Messenger logging.
NSPlumbing
NameServer
Turns on logging for the NameServer component.
For log entry details, see NameServer logging.
ProEvents.UI.Char
ProEvents.UI.Command
ProEvents.Other
ABL clients, AppServer, and WebSpeed agents
Turns on event logging for different categories of events.
For log entry details, see Event logging.
QryInfo
ABL clients, AppServer, and WebSpeed agents
Turns on logging of queries (each open query and FOR EACH block) executed in an application.
For log entry details, see Query information logging.
SAX
ABL clients, AppServer, and WebSpeed agents
Turns on logging for the SAX parser.
For log entry details, see SAX parser logging .
Temp-Tables
ABL clients, AppServer, and WebSpeed agents
Enables specific logging for temp-tables so that application developers and technical support can gather more information about the temp-tables used by an application.
For log entry details, see Temp-table logging.
TTStats
ABL clients, AppServer, and WebSpeed agents
Enables logging of temp-table statistics to the corresponding server or log files.
For more information on TTStats, see Collecting temp-table usage statistics.
UBrokerBasic
UBroker.ClientFSM
UBroker.ServerFSM
UBroker.ClientMsgStream
UBroker.ServerMsgStream
UBroker.ClientMsgQueue
UBroker.ServerMsgQueue
UBroker.ClientMemTrace
UBroker.ServerMemTrace
UBroker.ThreadPool
UBroker.Stats
UBroker.AutoTrim
UBroker.All
Unified Broker
Turns on logging for the Unified Broker component.
For log entry details, see Temp-table logging.
WSADefault
4GLProvider
Actional
AdminProvider
BrokerClient
DynamicApi
MsgDebug
PoolMgmt
Properties
RefCounts
RunProcs
SessionPool
SOAPProc
WSA
WSAObject
WSAObjectPool
WSDLDoc
Web Services Adapter (WSA)
Turns on logging for the Web Services Adapter component.
DS.Performance
DataServer clients
Turns on logging for the client-side performance details.
For log entry details, see DataServer client context logging.