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Debugging and Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Resources : Logging in OpenEdge : Logging levels : Specifying the logging level
Specifying the logging level
You can specify the level at which log entries are written to the log file by setting:
*The Logging Level (-logginglevel) startup parameter
*The LOGGING-LEVEL attribute on the LOG-MANAGER system handle
*The loggingLevel and related properties in the file
The following table shows how to specify logging levels.
Table 36. Specifying logging levels
General syntax
Startup parameter
-logginglevel 2
LOG-MANAGER system handle
= level
OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer, or files
loggingLevel =
levelsrvrLoggingLevel = levelbrkrLoggingLevel = level
logginglevel = 2
DSLOG-MANAGER system handle
For a detailed description of the Logging Level (-logginglevel) startup parameter, see OpenEdge Deployment: Startup Command and Parameter Reference.
For a detailed description of the LOG-MANAGER system handle, see OpenEdge Development: ABL Reference.
For more information on, see the file in $INSTALLDIR/properties/
To use OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer to view and set properties, see Logging settings .
For information about specifying logging level for the server context of DataServers, see OpenEdge Data Management: DataServer for Microsoft SQL Server, and OpenEdge Data Management: DataServer for Oracle.